Saturday no practice,
Sunday in the hotel, minimal Vinyasa Krama key asana, pranayama etc.
Monday, same as Sunday, minimal practice,
Tuesday, no practice due to checking out. (Of course I could have got up at 5am but the floorboards creaked).
Perhaps it was all the walking but my bones ached (Picture from the House of Bones, natural History Museum paris), forward bends were agony by Monday and I was both dreading and yet craving a proper practice.
As it turned out it was a nice Primary this morning. Up at 5:30, practiced from Six. Made a point of a full ten Sury's and took my time through Standing. By Paschi' I must have been nicely warmed up because forward bends were fine again. A renewed respect for the Standing sequence.
All of a sudden the Vinyasa Krama course in LA is upon me. Less than two weeks. Still nothing concrete re housing, I need an address before I hit immigration. Why is the University dragging it's heels on this, don't they get it? I heard, after emailing, that I am assured housing but I still need an address.
What mat to take, what to wear during practice (my skimpy home ashtanga shorts ain't gonna cut it), which books to take.... hate thinking about stuff like that. I like to just dump some clothes in a bag, grab my passport and be done with it. And of course, if it turns out I'm not going to be on campus after all the whole clothes/mat/bag equation changes completely, uggg. Almost feel like forgetting the whole thing and going to my old cave in Crete for a month, practice there all day instead.