Now this is scary because it only came out after I decided to leave. Did I manifest this shit? I guess it’s very egotistical and slightly crazy for me to think that I caused this. It’s coincidence. Nothing more.
But heck, that is funny. In a sad way. Yes, this was always going to be my last class, but it is sad that it could be ending if they can’t find a new home.
The class has been great for many participants; by doing it regularly they have eased the pain in their joints and limbered up so they can move more. Relationships have grown. And it was something new to learn.
And of course we start to learn some new as things are ending. Go figure. EBR5 (energy block release) releases the chakras and has some nice flowing movements. By clearing the chakras we’re moving forward.
And the people who are going to roll their eyes because they don’t believe in chakras or anything spiritual; blah. The body is filled with energy and can affect all areas of your life with it. Clearing out the bad, can help centre the mind and move you forward and away from the negative.
But it is annoying we start to learn new stuff just as things have to wind back. A little like teasing and saying “ha, you want to leave, but this is what’re going to be missing out on when gone.” But the universe snapped back with attitude “yeah, and you guys won’t have a place to learn that shit anymore.”
Oh, my snark is coming out and this post about yoga has hardly anything to do with it.
Yoga is great for the body, mind, and spirit. If you ever have the chance to do a class, jump at it. Learning how to move your body into the pose without causing harm to yourself is important, so is learning the relaxation through breathing.
But vary things.
And there is nothing wrong with taking a break and doing something else. Even though the class who stayed and the teacher will give you odd looks and remind you every so often that you haven’t earned a gold star because you haven’t been doing it every term. Trust me, they do that. I had a break one term to focus on uni and heck it was like I’d left the covenant and must ritually sacrifice my right arm to re-join.
Two more classes to go and that’s it.
How do I explain to everyone that I’m not coming back if they find a new location? “Sorry, I’m not feeling it anymore.” Or “I need to focus on my animation class.” Or “I don’t want to leave the house.” The last one might be more on point.