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ACROVINASA Training day 4! Bali

Morning practice, killer ACROVINYASA class, practice teaching, soreness, THAI MASSAGE! and cake..

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HELLO! If you read my last entry, you know that we went out dancing last night. Soooo... this morning I was very tired! I woke up pretty late around 6:15 am, went down to the yoga deck for practice at 7 am. This time instead of having a vinyasa class we had inversion training and focused on crow and how to spot crow in a workshop setting . Breakfast was great as usual, fresh fruits, juices, toast, eggs, fried rice and noodles, coffee, yum. After breakfast we reconvened for an ACROVINYASA class. My body was already sore from yesterday- this class was HARD. After doing the class we split off into our groups (EAST COAST AVENGERS!) and had to practice teach 30 minutes of class to each other, needless to say even a simple vinyasa class ws becoming hard when repeating it 5 times over and over...but...us ACROVINYASA trainees are SUPERHEROES !!! After practice teach we did some more acro and some more acro teaching, then split off into dinner. I had soup and salad, so delicious but i might get PIZZZZAA tomorrow !
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After dinner turned out to be my favorite part of the day today. We got to do guided THAI massage on a partner for 30 minutes and then switch. My partner was Georgia AKA Cha-cha!!! i love that girl! Thai massage felt amazing after the intense day we had today. I would love to explore it more and incorporate it into my day to day things. Claudine told us to check out the "thai circus" if we want to know more about Thai massage..which I totally will...(next endeavor ?)....

When we are all finally in heaven from massage, we headed up to Claudine and Honzas villa for a surprise....
CAKE and cocktails and beer! such a fun night chatting and getting to now everyone. again, so in love.
bali you are magical <3

xoxo pura vida

Posted by SunshineRaae 15:15 Archived in Afghanistan

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