The YTT Journey

 

Abrupt as it seems, I jumped into this training rather last minute as the idea came up suddenly. I have been practising yoga on and off over the years and never really progress further as I thought of myself as a normal Group Fitness instructor who is tight in quads, hamstrings, back, etc… Excuses I know! 😊 But I am so glad to have met and form a team with a group of like-minded kind souls in this journey!

 

When two or more people come together to achieve a common goal, a team has been formed. We were strangers when we first step into the studio on Day 1, and the past 9 weeks have seen how we bond and grow as a team.

 

 

Everyone is Unique and Different in Their Own Ways

 

I believe it’s important to accept people for who they are. Differences should be acknowledged and they should be respected. Everyone’s learning pace and learning skills are different. Everyone’s body is also different. Some poses seems unattainable to me, I have seen how it was effortlessly done by others. It has really been heart-warming how everyone is trying to help everyone to achieve the same outcome.

 

The Difficulties in Getting Into Study Mode Again

So, because of my last-minute decision, I only had the time to look through the course materials just when YTT was about to start. I wished I had been disciplined enough, but again, not all is lost. It can be painful memorizing languages which is not my 1st or 2nd language. So thankful for the team, for always trying to do things together so no one is lost hopelessly.

 

Appreciation & Acknowledgement

 

Every day is different. There are good and bad days and this YTT is a journey. Consciously acknowledging the positivity’s within us without the need to compare  to others. Human beings focus more on negative thoughts rather than positive ones. Taking the time to appreciate and acknowledge everyone’s presence and contribution is crucial in this journey 😊