Since that last practice post, I took a week off. Then I had a three Primary practice week, pretty lame. And then I took another week off while I finished Children of the Fallen. Whew. Glad that’s done.
But last week I did four full primary’s with Sharath’s video to get back on track, which was wonderful. I somehow had gained some flex in the time off, which was surprising. Yay, yoga is mine again!
But no. In Friday’s practice, I hurt my hip doing full lotus in Garbha, which I’ve never done before (I usually do a half lotus). It didn’t hurt when I did it so I thought it was fine, but then I could barely walk all weekend. OUCH. I thought I would be back on the mat today, but it’s still aching and I’m scared to mess it up. So one more day off. Hopefully I’ll be back at it tomorrow.
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