Learning to spin has been on my “to do “list for more years than I care to remember, or, for that matter, admit to.
I suspect it started way back in childhood with all the princesses in their towers, merrily spinning their lives away whilst they awaited their handsome prince and his crack skills at riding mighty steads, scaling tall buildings, rescuing damsels in distress and having fabulous hair.
But, for many years, learning to spin has been on the back burner whilst firstly my priority was putting a roof over my own head, then raising our children. However, over the last couple of years I’ve been working with the incredible Emmy Brunner to work through some things. Part of this process was revisiting some of the practices or dreams that had gone by the wayside. Spinning came back into my mind and I searched for a class.VIEW POST