Thanks to the stay home and work from home requirements during this global
pandemic period, I actually get more “Me” time to practice yoga and reflect
upon my life and this YTT / yoga journey.
Still remember when I first enrolled in YTT, to be honest I did not think that I
could commit plenty of time to in the training – both physical practice and
theory parts, given my heavy workloads (most of my weekends in the past
years I spent my time working…). However, with the supports / guidance from
Jessica and all of the YTT-mates along the way, and also the fact that now I
learn to consistently remind myself of the intentions that I first set when
I registered for YTT – to learn more about yoga, to be stronger in
practice, and maybe to pass on this good thing in life to others as an
instructor, I realized that I can actually achieve more than I first expected.
Believe that this applies to our lives too – with intentions, mindfulness /
awareness, and supports from our communities / surroundings, we can
achieve our goals, or even something / somewhere further than we could
have ever imagined. 🙂
In addition, the past weekend was the first time YTT has been resumed online
(on Zoom!). I feel very grateful that today’s technology actually enables us to
stay connected virtually and allows YTT to continue despite physical barriers.
This makes me feel that I am not alone in this journey. With the (virtual)
supports from YTT-mates – we shared Instagram posts / massages to keep
each others updated on our progress in our physical practice and sequencing/
teaching techniques (and of course online promotions on yoga outfits!).
Hopefully we will all come out from this quarantine period stronger together,
both mentally and physically!
Feb’20 Weekend YTT