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Am I an Imposter?

I can be a total imposter sometimes.

 

I know that I have talked about the benefits of staying focused a lot in this newsletter, but trust me, it's more often than not a reminder to myself.

 

I want to do everything. There is just so much coolness out there. This shows on our schedule too (anyone else wants to do YOGA and BARRE, and PILATES and AERIAL all within the same walls ๐Ÿ˜‚?).

 

The same goes for books. I've just counted in my head that I am in the middle of reading four at the moment (two of them for a 2nd time which are both on business, another one on the holocaust, and then this one, which is the only one I have actually gone for this past week as I am enjoying it much more than I expected and have been actioning every chapter as I read them, sorry to anyone who lives with me).

 

I started teaching daytime yoga classes a couple of weeks ago, and the process of writing class plans usually comes from inspiration from some sort of poem or quote or recent reading.

 

Rather than going on the hunt for something new, I decided to look through my old journals instead.

 

I love the idea of (renewed) repetition (we talked about the benefits of repetition a lot on our beginner yoga course which starts this Saturday), so I explored some old class plans, and one of my favourite poems came up.

 

This one was shared with me by my teacher Idit Hefer Tamir during one of her own Vinyasa Yoga classes. She also taught the trauma-informed module for our yoga teacher training last Thursday and explores this in depth regularly with her own teachings and workshops. It's always such an honour to have teachers willing to share their wealth of experience with the community.

 

So, in regards to the poem, if you have heard it before, here it is again, and if you haven't... well... enjoy โค๏ธ

Autobiography in Five Short Chapters 

I.

I walk down the street. There is a deep hole in the sidewalk. I fall in. I am lost. I am helpless. It isn't my fault. It takes forever to find a way out.

II.

I walk down the same street. There is a deep hole in the sidewalk. I still don't see it. I fall in again. I can't believe I am in the same place. It isn't my fault. It still takes a long time to get out.

III.

I walk down the same street. There is a deep hole in the sidewalk. I see it there, I still fall in. It's a habit. It's my fault. I know where I am. I get out immediately.

IV.

I walk down the same street. There is a deep hole in the sidewalk. I walk around it.

V.

I walk down a different street. 

Speaking of writing class plans, we have a bunch of new classes that just started or do start next month. All weekday day time classes from 6:30am, 9:30am and 12pm.

 

Hopefully these help in creating the habit. We got our regular 4:45pm, 6pm and 7:15pm also too of course.

 

Annika xx

 

P.S. Our $22 for 2-week trial finishes THIS WEEK. I am taking it off the website Sunday and changing it up. Its such a wonderful deal and will never be this cheap again. If you have been thinking about it, you can sign up any day this week, for any start date you like, by clicking here.

 

P.P.S If our prices are not accessible for you in this moment of time, or you are just keen to get involved in our community in a different way, we are looking for studio helpers. Time for trade helpers to be exact ๐Ÿงก

If you have the space to contribute 2 hours a week with us in maintaining the studios and/or helping spread the word of our classes to others by handing out flyers, hit reply and let us know. We have two positions open, and we will give you an unlimited membership in return.

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