YTT: the aftermath

Tomorrow marks the end of the YTT 200hr course and I can’t believe it’s already here. I remember signing up for the course quite quickly – some say I am impulsive but I would like to think that I’m decisive!

Well, to be honest, I thought about doing the course for a long time but it simply wasn’t possible with work commitments. “Taking a month off to do the course is a luxury” Master Paalu said today, and I totally acknowledge that.

Everything worked out perfectly – the timing, schedule, connection with the studio. I believe in what Paulo Coelho says about how “when you truly want something, all the universe conspires to help you achieve it”. I’m thankful for this chance to spend time off for self-care, self-learning and growing my self.

Now for the million dollar question: what’s next? I definitely enjoy the daily asana and pranayama practice. My mat at home is now always open and it is my goal to always keep it open and keep practicing.

I have more homework to do – I want to work on a few poses, learn more about yoga and its healing power, and gain more teaching hours. Only that it doesn’t feel like homework you get from school – this is a luxury. To practice is indeed a luxury!