Category Archives: Group Fitness
I love the ability to select an artist on Google Play and hit “Radio” for a selection of similar music. I occasionally listen to stations such as “Open Sea Sailing Lounge” while working. When I particularly enjoy a song, I’ll … Continue reading
I’m nearly finished listening to the book, An Uncommon Bond by Jeff Brown. My opinion hasn’t improved, but I still enjoy his quotes on Facebook. I slightly reworded his post and read it at the end of Savasana tonight:
Here’s another of Jeff Brown’s Facebook posts, which reminded me of what I wrote in The Power of Encouragement Continued, under the heading, “Reciprocation.”
In my professional life, I often teeter between fear that my work isn’t good enough (so I can’t send it out yet!) and fear of not finishing it at all, and therefore not being productive. This could make it sound … Continue reading
I made a sun & moon themed playlist for yoga. I got the idea from my fitness instructor’s discussion forum & thought it would be fun to infuse the theme for music, as well as poses.
For my readers who aren’t fellow group ex instructors, we must purchase special music for many of our classes. It’s mixed to consistent perfect 32-count phrases, whereas normal music may have an occasional 16-count bridge. Each song must also transition … Continue reading
I’ve posted about teaching “Active Older Adult” fitness classes, and how much I adore the ladies who take my class. They’re very sweet, warm, and appreciative. A few weeks ago, Jane*, who walks with a cane, started attending. She had … Continue reading