.....and I feel great now. Wow, I did it......Wow......
This CD is the best. Simple, nothing is redundant. Ashtanga in its purity. Sharath also has a nice voice and at the end he chanted (for me). The Indian accent is sweet.
The CD is best to learn the right vinyasa count and to experience flow.
I also like that Sharath doesn't make a fuss out of special poses. When I practice alone I sometimes think: Next pose is marichysana C, OMG, how will it be today. It takes me many breaths till I'm in that pose. Sharath simply names the pose, he makes a little break and then he counts the five breaths. That's it. I want to enter some poses faster.
The CD is so fast it doesn't allow thinking. I went from one asana to the next. I took care of my breath, Inhaling, exhaling........
This CD is not something for every day, too hard. A led class is recommended once a week only. This was my led class today.
Oh, yes, I realized some weakness when I practiced first series today, but this doesn't count.
I found out that when I press all my fingers equally hard on the floor when I jump through I can lift my crossed legs a bit higher.
Paschimottanasana was very deep after urdhva dhanurasana. Three times I was up in urdhva dhanursasna and breathed deeply, stretched my arms, pressed my hips forward, ahhhhh.
I deserved the 10 min relaxation at the end. There is still tension in my body when I'm finally on my back under my brown blanket. Progressively I relax, especially the face.
Yes, I deserve noodles this evening.......:)