It was a perfect three months in Hong Kong!!
I charged new energy at yoga classes with my favorite teacher Megala. I took her class almost everyday and can tell I’m recovering and getting tough again even though l had a really bad pain in the right elbow when I came here.
Thank you so much to all lovely people, you guys are always awesome!
Now I’m ready to move on!!
I came to Hong Kong two days ago.
Hong Kong is an energetic city. I’m not good at city life, so the atmosphere here actually makes me tired.
But I want to visit Hong Kong at least once a year.
It’s because I can take yoga classes with my favorite teacher, of course. And people here are always nice and friendly. I have already met some of the people I know and they welcomed us (my man & me) with smile as usual.
That’s why I like Hong Kong.
Speaking of a nice person, I met a nice man today. I had my hair cut from long hair to short. He was a hairdresser. Although he can’t speak English well, he tried to explain my hair cut in English as much as he knows. I felt he worked very hard and was glad about his feelings.
I can tell you there are many people like him in Hong Kong. I hope you will feel what an attractive place Hong Kong is.
I just finished three months staying in Noosa and I’m waiting for the flight to the next destination at Brisbane international airport now.
The next destination… It’s the place I practice yoga with my favorite teacher very hard every time, and people are always nice there.
Right, I’m ready to move from the winter place to the summer one!
I restarted practicing yoga today.
Three weeks had passed since I stopped doing yoga. It was a long time to wait for recovery. Although a teacher said three weeks wasn’t so long and no worries, I felt a big difference.
What I thought during class is I like yoga because I feel like mind and body connect. My consciousness moves from outside of me to inside and it’s like I meditate deeply. (Actually I’m not good at meditating in the normal way, though…)
I am basically happy, and I am happier when I do yoga. I’m still an unskilled yogi, but I’d like to say these words…
Yoga is my life!
Gain weight quickly, lose weight slowly…
Two weeks have passed since I stopped practicing yoga.
I feel something is wrong with my waistline.
Should I ask my physiotherapist about it???
I have seen a physiotherapist since last Friday. (I stopped going to chiropractic because I read some articles about a fatal accident of chiropractic and I became scared very much.)
Actually it was ascertained that I also have an injury to my left knee. I just have felt something is wrong with my knee and asked a doctor about it casually. So the doctor said my knee has damage. I was surprised because it wasn’t sore at all! (Fortunately it’s not serious.)
Anyway now I have a treatment for my arm and knee, and I do some exercise for them twice a day at home. I feel they are getting better day by day. If they get well soon, I might be able to restart practicing yoga in a week!! Human beings can do our best for favorite things.
Ah well, I wish I can put my heart into my English study…
Well, well, well…
This proverb might be for me.
More haste, less speed.
I am a person who wants to produce results quickly.
But only one thing is an exception.
I’m not talking about yoga, I’m talking about my English skill…