My wrist still hurts a bit, and I have had to learn to not put too much stress on it, I also have had to adjust the tricks I can do to respect my wrists limitations- it is frustrating because I am used to being able to will my body to do what I want it to do. I could always work hard enough and push hard enough I would be able to get my body, or brain, or whatever to bend to my will.
(me stubborn?? NEVER)
But now I have learned and am continuing to learn I need to respect my wrist's boundaries. Its a process. I have to regain my strength and flexibility.
I have gotten my Ayesha, pencil, brass monkey, pole sit back. I and working on my cartwheel balance- I just need time to work on it- stopping when upside down is a challenge and supporting your body on your arms- away from your body.
Last night after a lot of practice I got my Dove back. Next up- Superman fall.
I have had a lot of questions about why I keep coming back-- or how.
Here's the thing. Pole dancing is mine. My time. My thing. I love it. I am proud of my body. Even if I never lose another pound or always have some jiggle. My body is pretty amazing. It has come through hell. Sickness. Injury. Childbirth. And yet. Is pretty great. That feeling. That feeling of accomplishment is why I come back.
Feeling connected to myself. Feeling proud of myself. Feeling happy. That is why I come back.
I would love to be able to share my absolute passion with other women. This is one reason I am so proud to be an Ambassador for Tease.