Friday, August 8, 2008
Re-practicing in YZ
It's glad to know that all centers of YZ have reopened this week. For the whole week, I have no empty slots in my schedule except for this morning, so I went for an early class before starting my work at home.
Door is opened as usual, front-desk checked my membership card as usual (no hard-selling on RM99 vouchers), students rushed into class getting a best seat as usual. What was unusual, is the topic of the crowded students. Everybody was chatting/discussing/explaining about the use of the RM99 vouchers. Some treat it as donation to the center, some treat it as an encouragement to the teachers and other staffs (It is actually to be pooled as a fund for the salary of teachers and staffs for this month - explanation from Zen). Yoga class room is no longer a peaceful place.
It supposed to be a Yin class, but Zen made it a Yin-Yang class knowing that many of us would enjoy a more dynamic class after a long rest. She was professional to maintain the quality of class and her care to the students though everything she (and other teachers) do for this month is out of willingness, for free.
Although this is the first time I attended her class, I was touched by her sincerity and determination. I'm so sure that I'm going to buy the RM99 voucher, not for my own use, but to spread the love of yoga, the love of all the remaining teachers here.