Working on those Vinyasa Krama practice sheets made me want to try them out so I did the Supine sequence Sunday the 23rd then it was a core asana VK practice on Monday, Lotus sequence Tuesday, Seated on Wednesday and Thursday then the Primary with the Sharath CD last Friday. That was followed by Bow sequence Saturday, the long Supine routine on Sunday and since then a long Asymmetric and seated sequence all this week. All of these sequences have been sandwiched between Tadasana/standing and Inversions followed by generous helpings of Pranayama and meditation.
At some point last week I remember thinking that I would do Primary on Friday and Intermediate on Saturday for detox purposes and stick with Vinyasa krama sequences the rest of the week as if it was my 3rd but that seems to have gone by the wayside, tomorrow I'll most likely practice Bow and Meditative sequences for the backbend focus.
Oh well, no doubt I'll drift back to it sometime, in the summer perhaps. Enjoying my practice so much at the the moment though, practicing from 5:30 to 8:00, long slow meditative practice almost hard to see where the Asana ends and pranayama begins.
Monday I had the most amazing Paschimottanasana, I'd practiced Tadasana some Sury's and standing postures as usual then the full Asymmetric sequence before going into my paschi. I just seem to fold into it like a tortilla, usually you work yourself into it right, but I was as deep as I ever go, and effortlessly, stayed for the full ten minutes. the rest of the week I've been pretty much doing the same practice to try and recapture that paschi.
Update on the beautiful new Godin guitar I mentioned buying at the weekend, seems the chinchilla likes the sound, Nietzsche' has been sitting on my knee while I practice in the evenings ( picture above).