Last Saturday I hitched a ride with a friend and went to Skipton for the Yorkshire Dales Yoga Show.
I brought my camera and yoga gear and planned to take pictures of pretty much everything and take as many of the free yoga classes as possible.
There were crystals, essential oils, reiki sessions, beautiful jewellery, homemade tea blends, eco skincare, raw vegan cakes and the most delicious vegan truffles, and of course, all things yoga.
I have seen my fair share of shows but nothing ever even came close to this level of fabulousness.
Yet, the whole thing was a trip down memory lane.
Setting up, glancing at others' tables, waiting for the first customers to arrive, always a little too cold, or a little too hot, wondering if it'll be worth your while ... a slight nervousness ... the anticipation ...
I ended up not bothering with the yoga as the queues always seemed longer than the amount of available mats, and found myself talking to the stall holders instead of taking pictures (with a few exceptions - I simply couldn't resist Tarn & Moon's setup ♡).
I loved the energy. I loved all of it.
And since Saturday, my mind's been busy. Buzzing. Occupied.
"They" say yoga helps with these kinds of conditions ... so I went to Frankie's class at Yoga Zen (one of the perks of teaching there).
I stayed after class and we played around testing adjustments on each other, doing inversions, discussing potential workshop ideas and ended up sitting on our yoga mats talking about how great it would be to live a life trying new things, acquiring new skills and then building a business around them all.
Enter Buzzing Mind. Again.
Am I too comfortable in my current life situation to throw myself out there again?
Would it be a shame not to do it?
In conclusion, I hope the Yorkshire Dales Yoga Show gets a sequel. I'll definitely be there. Maybe even as a stall holder ... because #whynottoday? Right?