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yoga instructor

Postby horace » Sun Jun 01, 2014 8:20 pm

I knew that one or two of you view this forum, so here it goes.
I'm looking for one on one instruction, after a personalized programme has been worked out, once or twice a week depending on cost, time available, Tuesday/Wednesday morning and/or Saturday/ Sunday afternoon. The programme should cater for my specific needs , which are muscular/skeletal spinal problems. The instructor needs to be aware of structural therapy and have the ability to look (at me), take measurements ( ref, Mukunda Stiles) and understand the problem.
I don't need no hippy shit , and don't care whether it's hatha , or kundalini or whatever, I just need to make one more lifestyle change to begin my final journey.
Don't care whether you are female, male , black , white, alien , fat or thin , young or old.
PM me


Posted this elsewhere with only one response , so lets see how this site does,

Serious by the way
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Re: yoga instructor

Postby FreeSocrates! » Mon Jun 16, 2014 5:00 pm

Hey Horace,

I don't need no hippy shit either, but I want to cut back on my binge drinking which I seem to do once a week to a ridiculous extent.

My only success in the past with this habit is replacing it with Yoga / Meditation, but I can't really stomach the hippy stuff either (though if I have to I'll put up with it)... did you have any success finding someone?
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Re: yoga instructor

Postby horace » Mon Jun 16, 2014 9:31 pm

Yeah, I had a reply to the same post on 440 from an Indonesian therapist and have been to 3 lessons with her and must say that so far I am quite impressed , not only with her instruction , which is exactly the one on one thing I was looking for, but also her lifestyle and her figure. Why, oh why, do all yoga birds look so fucking great? I believe that's what they call a rhetorical question.
Obviously one really can't comment on much after just few hours . but at the price she charges she had bloody better be good and I think she just may be that good.
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Re: yoga instructor

Postby Sir_Quality_U_Feel » Wed Jun 18, 2014 10:13 am

horace wrote:Yeah, I had a reply to the same post on 440 from an Indonesian therapist and have been to 3 lessons with her and must say that so far I am quite impressed , not only with her instruction , which is exactly the one on one thing I was looking for, but also her lifestyle and her figure. Why, oh why, do all yoga birds look so fucking great? I believe that's what they call a rhetorical question.
Obviously one really can't comment on much after just few hours . but at the price she charges she had bloody better be good and I think she just may be that good.

This question puzzles most of us, Horrace. I often take note of people who exercise and find myself wondering why they have excellent and healthy looking bodies and I have this ol bloated meat bag O' mine. You can't let the little things in life stress you out, Mum used to say. So I just orders me 'nother pint and lights up me another ciggy and forget bout the whole mess.
I'll give ya 500 Riel for it...
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Re: yoga instructor

Postby HotRecruiter » Wed Jun 18, 2014 10:21 am

How much does she charge?
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Re: yoga instructor

Postby horace » Wed Jun 18, 2014 11:05 am

She's charging me 35$ for an hour and a half of one on one instruction.
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Re: yoga instructor

Postby vladimir » Wed Jun 18, 2014 1:22 pm

My rate is $15/hour, and I'll throw in beer for R5000/jug.
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Re: yoga instructor

Postby horace » Wed Jun 18, 2014 2:19 pm

We've seen your body and it ain't pretty
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Re: yoga instructor

Postby nightmare.believer » Fri Jun 20, 2014 9:42 am

Did you ever see the Saturday Night Live skit where Will Farrell has been taking yoga classes so that he can suck his own dick? Hilarious.


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