This is how I want to say hello or goodbye friends!

Weekend Do: Host an At-Home Yoga Class
 We did last year! Our loved yoga teacher gived us 2 months at home yoga private classes! The idea, which had previously seemed extravagant was adopted as the norm and was actually a very casual experience, we have a lovely chat and eat brackfast together…. I just adore it!

The enjoyment for me came from the gathering, rather than just the yoga. Back home I was familiar with trying to convince a friend or two to join me for a class, then battling traffic to race to a studio only to arrive late and have to awkwardly find a space to roll out my mat. But when we practiced at my friend’s home, we hung out in her lounge room, waited for the instructor (another friend) to arrive, put on whatever music we wanted and chatted our way through a relaxed class. Then we shared breakfast and peeled away for a surf… the high vibration continued long after the class, and there was no rushing away to let the next group in.
 Bleary eyed and pre-coffee, we slowly woke up in the morning sun that gently beamed onto the deck with the help of organic Sol Cleanse cold pressed juices. The chatter was soft and warm, everyone was well rested and relaxed. Tahl took us through a gorgeous breathing exercise and then into the asanas. Being a small and intimate class, she was able to work closely with each of us on alignment and adjustments.

After class,  We sat in a circle on the deck, sipped tea, ate Naked Treaties chia puddings,  also had granola with the most delicious local cold pressed coconut milk.



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