Saturday, April 01, 2006


My family took a road trip for spring break through New Mexico. This resulted in me not practicing 7 days a week at a studio.

That's a good thing. First, my shoulder seems to be the better for the time out of DDog.

But the main reason is that I found myself with energy to practice on my own. In solitude, yoga is much more about the entanglement of perception and concentration and energy flows and the like, and very little about the joint endeavor of a group or a class or even working one-on-one with an instructor. I don't think that is other than it should be, but it's worth remembering that there's something different to practice in solitude.