My oldest daughter and I went to our first yoga class this morning. I was worried that it would be too hard, as I’m in awful shape right now, but it wasn’t that bad! I enjoyed it! Sure some of the poses were difficult to hold and to keep breathing through, and some of them I , obviously, couldn’t do the difficult/advanced position. However, for the most part, I was able to keep up and do the poses. She has a beautiful backyard! It’s very spacious. It was a wonderful morning, the sun was shining and the birds were singing. It was a small group. Including my daughter and I, there were only 7 of us, plus the instructor. I’m glad that it wasn’t a huge group. That would’ve been much more intimidating! We did the class outside, in her backyard. (I guess that was probably pretty obvious after what I just said about the beautiful day and birds, etc…!) It was a trial class for us, but I think that we’re going to sign up for the next four weeks. It’s only $10/class. Not that expensive at all! Very affordable.
I didn’t use my easy rider again today. But my legs felt pretty rubbery after yoga. You use your legs for a lot of those poses. This afternoon my daughter and I were pretty lazy! We didn’t do that much at all after yoga this morning!! I felt headachy and tired for some reason. Like if I sat for too long I would fall asleep! I think I say that a lot. I think that is caused by one of my meds. The tiredness, I mean – not repeating myself- lol!!
I made some phone calls this afternoon about my younger daughter’s physical Education class next year. Her friends are all registered to take phys ed in the summer. She doesn’t want to take the class if her friends won’t be there. We found out that one of her friends is able to use her extracurricular karate classes to fulfill her phys ed component. I started making calls to figure out how that works, because her dance is about five days a week. That’s way more than a karate class! I found out that we have to register her through ADLC (Alberta Distance Learning Centre). She has to complete a minimum of 5 hours in 5 different areas: Dance (60 hours), flexibility, leisure, sports, and strength. We have to log her hours. She has to have signed forms staying she completed it etc. She can do all sorts of things from swimming to tossing the football back and forth to taking the dog for a walk. She has to get her CPR ticket and do a few simple written assignments. So, once we get her report card for this year, we can register her. Then she can do a bunch of activities over the summer. Then she’ll have an extra block where she can take some extra classes. Her best friend, who is also doing this, so over the summer they can get outside and do some of these activities together. I think it will work out well!! Now I’m going to go to bed!! I’m starting to fall asleep! Night all! 💤😴
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