For those who may have missed it (because we’ve only been talking about it every third minute), a group of Mala yogi’s spent eight glorious days in Guatemala. We ate delicious home-cooked food, took in beautiful sights, shopped in local markets, processed nothing and everything, and (of course) we practiced. Thanks to Angela, Steph, and all the yogis who took the cab to the plane to the van to the boat for an incredible trip.
Here’s a quick (or maybe not-so-quick) look at some of the things we did:
Last one. We promise.
But, most of all we learned from these two. We spent hours (specifically four and a half each day) following their directions, absorbing their knowledge, and taking advantage of their infinite patience. They encouraged us to try new things, picked us up when we fell over trying said new things, and put us back together when we felt frustrated and broken because new things are hard. Not sure we can ever fully communicate our love and appreciation for their time, energy, strength, and overall loveliness, but then again, we’re confident you all know exactly what we’re talking about.