Thank you for all the warm welcomes! For the first time since starting training, I don't feel nervous talking to other practitioners!
Muse: I totally agree that the demographics of traceuses is a point of considerable interest (compared to the younger age set of the guys), and that there are some commonalities among the females. I was never one for 'sedate' activities (though I admit I liked knitting when I learnt it at the age of 10). I don't have a problem with going into work a bit bruised and banged up. Ah, the battle-scars!
Phytolith: I really appreciated the comment about taking calculated risks and it being a case of building up the mental aspect to tackle the challenges that Parkour poses. I, for one, have many challenges! Being so short AND having short stocky legs (as opposed to thin slender ones
), I anticipate plenty of obstacles (literally!) to overcome.
WandererInGray: I think faaaaar too much too!
Was going to brave an outdoor session today, but the skies are grey and it's already raining some parts in the city. Bugger. There's always next week.