Hey Nita... who said anything about sleep or sleeping? We don't need no steenkin' sleep! Now before you all go gettin' ideas, I have three young kids, so sleep is just this hypothetical idea in our home! :-)
In the midst of all the reports from Facelift, I wanted to give a big shout-out to Balanced Rock for providing some awesome classes in a stunning setting. I learned and made a new and inspiring connection each day. Thanks to Eliza, Paula, and Heather for teaching! I would have made the last day with Jon-Paul (I think that's his name), the way meatfest played out caused me to "fall out of my pose". :-) Which is ok, since that's part of the practice, eh? Making the effort is really at the core.
Loved getting up and riding my bike from Upper Pines to Yeller Pines!
Thanks Balanced Rock! You really brought something very cool to Facelift!
The yoga was absolutely wonderful, and the setting was the kind you usually see in the pre-recorded classes...the trees, pine needles, smell of pine/bay/fresh air, sun creeping across the rock faces...out of this world awesome.
Thank you for donating your time, intention and great instruction!
As much as I had intentions for being there, I only arrived for one morning. "Oh great, they are warming up..I made it on time" Come to find out I made it in time for Shavasina. Well, that bit was a nice way to wake up.
Thanks to Heather and you colleagues, I saw you had many appreciative attendees. Namaste.
Well, I did my best to persuade the Camp 4 gang to descend upon Yeller Pines and participate, at least to the extent of drinking coffee and leering. No luck. Though two FaceLifters in site 34 did some every day - one of them an accomplished dancer.