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Yoga Teacher Training – Day 2 Recap

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So Day 2 of yoga teacher training class was definitely rough.  I felt super bad because I arrived to class a few minutes late (and I’m never late). I clearly underestimated the amount of time that it was going to take me to get out of the house.  I tried to fix the babies breakfast to help my husband out before I left but traffic was a little thick so I stopped a few times on the way while sitting in traffic.  I was stressed for the entire drive which is almost an hour.  I felt so bad that I apologized to everyone once I got there.

My class did a lot of lecture on the history of yoga during the first part of the day.  We also started practicing some new poses and the cues* to help people fix those poses.  We started learning about Sun Salutations.  I recorded this short video during my lunch break.

Lunch was hilarious.  I brought a turkey and cheese sandwich for lunch.  It seemed like everyone else had gourmet salads with quinoa and broccoli or some other fancy food.  I guess I’ll try to step up my game and make a tuna fish sandwich for tomorrow’s lunch.  Everyone was very friendly during lunch time.  It was a good opportunity to learn a little more about everybody.

The yoga teacher training classes are Friday evenings, all day Saturday and all day Sunday.  I’ll be going various weekends over the next 6 months.  I took this video once I finally got back home.  (I live over 45 minutes from the yoga studio).  Classes will run from August – February.

*Cues are the directions that yoga instructors give the class to help them with the different postures.  For example, fold your hips down and place your palms on the ground.

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