I shared this on my FB wall because Sadhana sounds way more heavenly than addiction. I Kid, I kid. The other thing that captured my attention was the mention of the hour in which he starts his practice. 3 AM is the exact hour when myself and millions of menopausal women snap wide awake and then toss and turn until it is time to go to practice, which curiously is also the time when your body decides it wants to fall asleep again. So why not take advantage of that “surge” like certain health experts like to call it and roll that mat out and practice with all the hard core ashtanga teachers who have to practice then, so they can adjust us later? Yesterday I read two other relevant blogs to this possible experiment: One mentions the advantages of practicing without verbal cues, and the other one mentions why mysore teachers rock, and it is because they fit in their practice before they teach. I know mine is done by seven AM, except on Fridays, when you have the option to join her for a self guided practice right before sitting meditation followed by led primary.