We woke up to dewey grounds, fresh air, and cool breezes. A great way to start our second day on Jeju Island.
One of our teachers, Haein Cho, led us in a Lunar Acroyoga sequence designed to wake our bodies and our minds in preparation for another day of learning.
During this session, Haein and Marc taught us more forward flying techniques for Lunar Acroyoga. These techniques are meant to help your partner stretch the spine in unique ways unachievable alone. With the help a partner you can release a lot more tension from the body. To wrap things up, we shared—with grateful hearts—our healing touch with a standing massage circle.
For lunch, we wandered around again and landed on a cute restaurant selling second hand clothing outside. It was another meat-based restaurant, so we settled for a plate of fried pork cutlets made in a Japanese style. The pork came with a side of salad, white rice, and potato wedges. We have to admit, it was very tasty.
Our dinner took place at another traditional Korean restaurant. We took off our shoes and sat on little "butt mats." Apparently the restaurant was famous for their spicy duck meat in a stone pot, so we ordered it. Unfortunately we forgot to write down the name of the place, so it will remain a mystery here. We shared thoughtful conversations, good laughs, and of course, unlimited side dishes!