Alright. If I REALLY want to worry about something....

06h00: Kriyas
06h30: Pranyama and Guided Meditation
07h30: Tea
08h00:Yoga Class
10h30: Brunch
11h30: Teachings
13h00: Rest
16h00: Tea
16h30: Yoga class
19h00: Supper
20h00: Teachings
21h30: Rest

Kriyas (Exercises and breathing techniques intended to purify and cleanse the body's energy channels. For instance, one kriya is to rapidly pump the stomach muscles in and out as if breathing but without taking a breath).

Pranyama and Guided Meditation (Pranayama, the formal practice of controlling the breath, lies at the heart of yoga. It has a mysterious power to soothe and revitalize a tired body, a flagging spirit, or a wild mind. The ancient sages taught that prana, the vital force circulating through us, can be cultivated and channeled through a panoply of breathing exercises. In the process, the mind is calmed, rejuvenated, and uplifted. Pranayama serves as an important bridge between the outward, active practices of yoga—like asana—and the internal, surrendering practices that lead us into deeper states of meditation).

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