Led primary

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I woke up with a very stiff lower back this morning, I could have done with it being Mysore and not the pre moon day led primary. I took it as slow as I could, but Sharath seems to count quite quickly. I was stuck between 2 tall people, which isn’t ideal. Time and lack of space are why I’m not a lover of the led class, I need more time. Backbends were a bit creaky, though by the third one I was able to walk in and take the stress out of my shoulders.I think I was stiff from yesterday afternoons extra curricular playing around where I shocked myself by managing to stand up.

After the chant and the final vinyasa Sharath as usual said “go home and take rest”, then he added “two days off,don’t eat too much!”. I wonder if that was meant for those of us who are adding Pasasana on Monday!

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Directing traffic with his Cricket bat

After breakfast I hopped on the Bus into town for a wander, discovering a Temple hidden down a side street, a man directing Traffic with a cricket bat, a Pineapple man and the old Singer sewing machine building which looks like it’s going to fall down. I enjoy wandering fairly aimlessly in the city, there are a few sights I have yet to find, but the people and buildings are as much a sight as anything on a tourist board brochure.

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Hidden Temple

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Pineapple Man

The Gokulam Coconut Stand must be doing well with all the yoga students, they were having a truck load delivered, should keep us all going for a few days.

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Coconut Stand getting fresh supplies

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5 Responses to “Led primary”

  1. Laura Says:

    Maybe the “don’t eat too much” was directed towards Americans. Today is Thanksgiving, the holiday of binge eating followed by a day of recklous holiday shopping.

  2. susananda Says:

    You’re quite casual about managing to stand up again 😉

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