Friday, February 12, 2010

we're off to to see the gurus...

...the wonderful gurus of jivamukti yoga



We leave for a 5 night trip to Sydney today. I'd usually say "sunny" Sydney, but apparently it's going to rain, rain, rain. No matter to me, for I will be participating in an all-weekend long jivamukti yoga workshop. I signed up for this months and months ago (before I found out I was pregnant). It is my dream to meet the founders of jivamukti yoga- Sharon Gannon and David Life. They are inspirational teachers, world leaders and activists and I feel so privileged to finally meet them. It doesn't matter that I'm pregnant really, but I won't be able to do all the cool asana (poses) that I wish I could, I'll have to take it easy. If you're interested in what you can and can't do while practicing yoga pregnant, see this past entry of mine. If you are interested in yoga and have a practice yourself, I highly recommend this style. Unfortunately, there are only a handful of teachers in Australia that are certified to teach it. Fortunately for those who live in Sydney, Samadhi yoga (my all-time favourite studio, which also happens to be hosting this workshop) has a few jivamukti teachers who are phenomenal at what they do.

I am at the workshop Saturday and Sunday from 10am to 6pm, and Monday and Tuesday 6-10pm. Big B and L'il B will have a whole weekend together (this is a major first), and I have never spent so much time apart from L'il B- I'm a little nervous. I'll see them for my midday break just in time to give L'il B milk before his nap, but it seems like an awfully long time without him.

Anyway, I am frantically packing everything right now, from yoga mats and blankets to a few toys, to some dry food (we have rented a little furnished apartment with kitchen), snacks, entertainment for the plane... the list goes on. And of course, no one likes leaving the house a mess, so I am about to sweep and mop the floors while L'il B is down for his nap.

I can't promise I'll be writing everyday, but I will try to give a little update here and there.


xx

7 comments:

Cass said...

Have a wonderful time. Wave as you fly overhead! :)

Catherine said...

Wow that picture looks amazing Meagan. Enjoy your time in Sydney being a part of the workshop.xo

faerwillow said...

~happy safe travels...may your journey be all you wish it to be...your little will be just fine...fully savor and embrace all the workshop has to offer...brightest blessings~

Gina said...

I hope it's more amazing that you even anticipate. And that your fellas enjoy the bonding time and don't miss you a bit!

ladybug-zen said...

that sounds awesome! enjoy.

Amanda said...

Sounds like a great experience, even with the growing belly...

Enjoy!!!

Jelly Wares said...

Woweee!!!! I hope it's all you've dreamed it will be, have loads and loads of fun..

Hugs
Jodie :)

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