Last year while in teacher training, I saw the posting advertising Spring Sadhana. I was devastated that I could not attend because I live far away, so I instantly thought of teaching one myself. I already had been teaching for a few years, I offered it to my class and they loved the idea. Then I realized that it had to be at 5:30 am to fit into their morning schedules, so I agreed and prepared to teach for 30 days straight. I knew it would be an amazing experience and felt lucky for the opportunity. The first day I was shocked that people were early and excited; it seemed much too dark and cold in April at that hour. I made some tea, warmed up and taught a beginner level class. Everyday I would make a new class for the next day, had to look up new ideas and poses. I learned so much. As the days went on the classes lifted to another level. I taught everything I could and we were all stronger. The students enjoyed meditation before and after class and we all felt closely connected, in love with the morning. By the end I was so tired; I wished I had taken the weekends off to sleep in. This year I am teaching another Spring Sadhana but in May and at 6:30 am so I can come home and start my day. Not all the students can make it at this later time, but I know I need to take care of my body and mind. I'm also taking weekends off! It will be 20 days instead of 30 days but it will still be wonderful and transformational. I will do yoga, come home, play with my flowers, wake up my children, eat breakfast outside maybe, and then walk the children to school. It’s a beautiful morning.