Since it just for me for dinner all week I figured I would experiment in the kitchen and do a little baking, enjoy some easy meals for one and relish the quietness of the house! Tonight’s dinner could be described as the Ultimate Foodie dinner.
I stated with two pieces of Serano ham, a new Sweet Tango apple, some Marcona almonds, four unique cheeses and roasted brussel sprouts. The cheese were:
Raw goats milk cheddar
Herbed goat cheese
Cheddar with oats and raisins.
To roast the brussel sprouts I washed and patted them dry, cut them in half and added some olive oil, salt/pepper and a bit of nutmeg. I think my cheese plate might rival some of the best restaurants
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Sunday afternoon I had some open time and was heading to LifePower yoga for a Warrior Fusion class that mixed yoga with dance and ended up staying for a second 60 minutes Warrior Heat class. Warrior fusion was a new class for me and I had no idea idea what to expect. It ended up being a really great class, 60 minutes to clear my head and really try some new movements. It was a combination of vinyaysa and dance movements with some swaying, warrior two, lots of hip stretches and some strong back work. I loved it!
But my favorite of the two was the Warrior Heat, a combination of a Bikram style class with some vinyasa. The room was at 98 degrees and it was a small class of six of us. We were able to receive adjustments and really personal instruction. For once I actually got my legs into the right position for tree pose! As much as I liked CorePower I love my new studio because it is smaller and more personal and has almost has many classes. It will take some time to get used to a different class style but I think I will be very happy with this move and even happier with the fact that I am saving $50 dollars a month by getting down to one gym membership. Money that is going right into savings!
The last couple of months I have really thought about going for teacher training, I just wish it wasn’t so expensive. Anyone out there have experience with this, is it worth it?