Friday, March 5, 2010

Four Hours

214 classes in 206 days.
67 classes in 63 days in the 101 challenge.

Another day, another double. Like most of my doubles, this was mostly unplanned. In fact, five minutes before the 7 PM I still hadn't fully decided to do it, but then I went for it. Jennifer was teaching the 7, so that greatly increases the chances of me doing a double:)

When I do these back to back doubles I end up spending about four straight hours in the studio. Four hours with no contact with the "outside world", and I never check my cell phone between classes. I just disappear from society for that time, and I love it. It's the ultimate escape. Just me and my postures and my breath. How many people get to experience four hours (or even 90 minutes) of peace in this hectic world? Well, we do, and it's great.



  1. I am only disconnecting for 90 minutes at a time lately but it feels gooood. No FBing, no blogging, no phone calls, no texting,no interruptions. Awwww,
    I should do a double. I could use 180 min of peace :-)

  2. Yes, it's nice to unplug for that time!

  3. Oh! No contact with the outside world, no cell phones, no emails, no one popping into my office for a whole 4 hours! THAT would be delightful.

  4. "It's the ultimate escape" - yes!! Back-to-back doubles feel so incredible - they are so freeing, so simple: just the yoga and your breath.

  5. Hadn't thought about it like that, but you are so right. I don't check my phone either if I'm doing a back to back.