As an added bonus the A/C was broken at the south studio and so it was nice and hot. (Again the sweat helps with so many poses and then hinders others so it is a pretty good trade off.) Even Anne was dripping in sweat. And lucky for us we had a camera to prove it. See how dripping wet her hair is. Also note the post-Ashtanga-glow. (Sweaty flow is good for kapha.)
One thing that Matt said in his flow class that I really loved is that there are three categories of yoga practitioner. If you look at the yoga practice like a camp fire, there are the people who never get close enough to the fire to benefit from its warmth or light. There are some people who get close up and can enjoy the fire- its warmth and light. And then there are people who keep sticking their hand in the flames, getting burnt and expecting each time for it to be different. I love this analogy. Obviously we want to be the second type of practitioner. Close up, engaged and involved. Nice metaphor.
Anyway- just checking in. I slept in later than usual today and have a fair amount to check of my list before heading to Austin to meet Pammy at the club.