One of the unexpected surprises when I started blogging, was the friendships that are formed all over the world. I am so grateful to have met my friend Joanne who lives relatively near by and who is always up for a new challenge!
We recently connected & when I suggested she join me in giving aerial yoga a try, she was all in! Although I have now been a few times, it was Joanne’s first time. I so admire that her sense of adventure never stops her from trying new things!
So great to spend time together Joanne! Who knows what fun we shall get into next!
I have been lucky over the past several years to meet and develop a ‘real world’ friendship with a number of great fellow bloggers. One of those is Lynn from Life After 50.
We actually live relatively close to one another and this week Lynn invited me to join her to try something new – to me, not her.
I know – you’re shocked. Me. Something new.
In a large old industrial building in Bowmanville – behind this wonderful heavy metal door – I met with Lynn to give aerial yoga a try.
If you aren’t familiar with it, aerial yoga involves using a large silk hammock to support, stretch, and invert the body through a series of yoga moves.
It sounds intimidating but I’m game to try most things at least once.
I’m not exactly the most graceful and coordinated person in the world and I had…
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