while in madrid i started practicing yoga (also in the park) which started my obsession with yoga and getting into fun poses.
classes in sf run about $25 a class... yes, $25 for ONE CLASS
one of the best part of suburb living....yoga in the park!!
kids and dogs are welcome
(except we have to sit far outside the circle when the boys join me. they do not know how use yoga voices... or sit and play nicely for more than 2 seconds)
it's donation based
everyday at 10am
@ lantern bay park
@historic town center park
thank you everyone for your encouraging comments on my "this chapter" post.
i just want to make it very clear that i, by no means, am sad or upset about having to move home or feel that moving to spain was a mistake.
while i am bummed that my spain teaching experience, spanish and master's didn't help me get a job right away, i have no doubt that that experience has and will be far more beneficial than any job or relationship that i could have stayed for.
i would never trade my spain experience for any job or opportunity lost.
of course, i already have a life plan for the near future but in the mean time i am very happy to be spending time family, helping with my brothers and getting to enjoy the comforts of home and the suburbs.