I took my three-year-old twins on an “adventure” to the Museum of Modern Art this week. Which made me realize how much I overlook, how much I’m on autopilot.
My attitude was basically: we’re at the museum to look at the featured exhibition. Anything else that happens is just slowing us down. Hop hop, let’s go. Their attitude was more like: ELEVATOR! TICKET SCANNERS! LOCKERS! HAND SANITIZER DISPENSERS! GRAND STAIRCASE!
So, during the parts I didn’t take seriously they were already learning, engaged, having an adventure. As a teacher, it was a welcome reminder of the joy of novelty, the pleasure of learning.
If you’re longing to reconnect with that energy, I can highly recommend our new Somatic Strength course. (Reminder: Special 2-for-1 offer available only through December 12th.)
What I love about working with Yoga Therapist Mary Richards (who expertly teaches the course) is that her love of learning is contagious. And, she makes strength training super accessible by offering modifications. Plus, I feel protected by her exquisite attention to alignment.
Wanna see what I mean? Here’s the full-length recording from our first Somatic Strength group training session this week. A little gift from me to you. Thank you for being here.
If you do the practice, please let me know how it lands with you.
Until next Sunday,
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