I taught a really powerful yoga class the other morning. Ironically it was a power yoga class. Power yoga is a vinyasa style class with a few strengthening exercises thrown in there. I really enjoy these classes. The energy needs to be built up quite high so that everyone feels like they can push through it and get there.
A step-by-step guide on how to make some wonderful new friends whilst travelling the world and enjoying yourself.
I’ve written on several occasions about things that aren’t so convenient or splendid about travelling; the mosquito bites, dengue fever and more recently, coming home and feeling out of place.
But there’s one that’s reared it’s head a few times that I think needs to be addressed as it’s another one that no one really talks about. And it’s something that has happened to me now a couple of times.
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Before I left Cambodia, there was a little more I had to learn there.
So I’m now realising how much I can actually do for people.
There have been a few younger girls coming through the studio here in the last week, and they all want to sit and talk with me about my yoga journey and my story.