Grooving to the odd Aviva playlist lightens my mood.
I still have 10 exercises to learn and I think I may need to Skype Sofia from Aviva London soon to ask her to remind me of a few moves. There’s something really empowering about learning these exercises and not having a DVD to follow. I’m so terrible at remembering sequences that I’ve had to memorise them like dances.. ‘one.. two.. turn.. strike.. one .. two.. turn.. strike‘ and time myself against the music. Doing Exercise 2: Zorba quickly is a fun challenge. In a few months I should know these by heart and while I don’t know the impact they’ll have in the long term, I do feel sooo much better after working out. I feel like my ‘working zone’ is awake and my ovaries are alive.
The session ended today with Mr.Cat deciding to sit on my feet as I stood reading the instructions for the next move. We then hit track 9 and grooved together to this:
If you’re practicing The Aviva Method, I’d love to hear about your experience so far- please leave me a note 🙂
P.s Here’s a picture of my cat and his foot fetish..