YogiOnTheMove

Follow my yoga quest at home and on the road…

An unexpected private lesson

on January 31, 2013

Saturday 19 January, 0928hrs I crept up the stairs to The Treehouse Yoga studio http://thetreehouseyoga.com.au/ expecting to be the last student to arrive.

As it turned out, I was the only student to attend class on that occasion. After a short discussion, the instructor, Ben, and I decided to proceed with the “private lesson”. I felt priviledged to have a teacher’s undivided attention. I greatly enjoyed that class, and the opportunity to ask questions, without holding up a whole class of people. At my request Ben “checked” my headstand. He also gave me a back bend I had not tried previously. Many thanks Ben

Namaste

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