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Adam - YogaIn the afternoon lesson we had yoga. We walked over to the aerodrome were the lesson was going to take place. At first I thought that it was going to be boring because I like playing sports that involve a lot of running and just being on my feet. When we got to the aerodrome we got stuck straight into the lesson and as we got more and more into the lesson I really started to like it because it was really relaxing and it actually made me sweat a bit and I didn’t realize how flexible I was until then. To be honest I thought that I was pretty good at it. At the end class instructor ‘Bob’ went around and asked us what we thought of the lesson and everyone said that they enjoyed it.  Bob said that I was really flexible and that made me feel really happy. I would really like to do it again sometime in the near future because I really enjoyed it.

By Adam

 

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