90 classes in 86 days!
Remember my posting last week about the room being too cold? Well, it seems my studio has taken measures to correct that. The past four days there has been a noticeable increase in the temperature and humidity. One of the obvious changes is the teachers hardly open the doors during class now, if at all, plus the fans hardly come on anymore. None of this is a big deal for me (except the awful last Sunday class), but it's definitely taking a toll on a few of the students. No one left the room today, but there were plenty of moans and groans during and after class.
As for me, I'm enjoying the higher (and probably correct) temperatures. My muscles can sure feel the difference. I've been able to go deeper in a few postures, especially Camel. Camel has never been one of my better postures, and I'm constantly working to improve it. I can't tell you how many times I've gotten with teachers about it, had them look at me doing it before class, etc. When I first started, I couldn't even do the set up correctly. I was so happy when I was finally able to get my hands on my heels. Now I get killed by practically every teacher for not pushing my hips forward enough. I'm working on it!
As a side note, anyone else ever notice energy differences in the room from day to day, or even in different parts of the room? I'll explore this topic more in detail, but it's fascinating to me.