difficult to very difficult. And I was actually sweating, standing in these odd positions. But the yoga was something to brag about during the work day, so that was to my advantage.
We have 2 music teachers. I love both of them. The old music teacher is just one of the best on the planet and I love her very much. The new music teacher is young and v. dear. Today I walked up to him in the lunchroom and said, "What's going on with the yoga that you said we might have after school?" I asked him this because he's our new wellness coordinator.
"Well I think we might have a nutritionist come to talk about weight loss."
"No. I want the yoga," I told him. "I did a 40 minute yoga DVD this morning, and you said you were organizing yoga." Then I jabbed him a few time with my finger right in his sternum.
"Well we may have zumba."
More poking into the sternum. "Look. Get on the yoga. That's what I said I wanted when we voted last fall. Let's get it done."
He's young and kind and smart so he just said, "Okay, I'll look into it."
On another note, here's a pretty good power point about sankalpa.