I started yoga about a year and a half ago after dating a yoga teacher and being really impressed with her strength, energy and ability to cope with adversity. After we went separate ways I found one of the only things to really clear my mind was yoga and cold showers.
I mainly practice Ashtanga at the moment.... Mysore style.
I find that my singing has improved greatly from the vinyasa aspect of my practice.
There are many incremental improvements that I've noticed in my own practice that are noteworthy, but the moment that comes to mind is the first time I tried Ashtanga. I had probably done a handful of yoga classes up until that point and when I tried it, my world blew up. Complete game changer. I felt so high afterwards, also a bit broken. I found it hard to believe that anyone could tolerate that experience on a regular basis without being superhuman.
Someone who can balance kicking your ass and caring in equal parts. Knowing what you are capable of and wanting you to experience it.
I'm always quite happy when I'm upside down.
Sing, play guitar and draw pictures. I am currently renovating my narrowboat and also enjoy reading lots.
Nature sounds on loop when I'm working in noisy cafes. I've been listening to my music a lot too.
The 4 Hour Work Week, Guruji - A Portrait of Pattabhi Jois, Sapiens.
Leonardo Da Vinci.
I would be some sort of nimble monkey.
Neo from The Matrix
Spice girls - 2 become 1. The musical arrangement is top notch!
Savasana, drinking coffee and getting into bed at the end of the day.
Not living up to what I am capable of.
I'd like to meet Nicola Tesla or Leonardo Da Vinci.
To find out that they are more than they currently believe.
Being sober at parties can be fun.