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AYRI : Roma

Posted Oct 28 2012 12:00am

Photo Grazie mille a Rosanna , Maria Paola & Sergio ( all primary students /teachers of Lino Miele ) for all the help , advise & adjustments while I was dropping in for the afternoon Mysore classes at  AYRI Roma .

It is always a bit akward initially to be the     " lo straniero " or stranger in a shala. Usually , I can use my teacher , Jorgen C. , as a point of reference in a US or Canadian shala.

AYRI Roma has a very tight community of advanced & newbie Astangis , & I'd like to give them credit for being very Italian in their warmth & accomodation. Troppo gentile.

The teachers made an effort to communicate in English with me & were quite hands on , albeit I was just passing through.

The shala is located at Via Annia 54 , in the historic Celio district of Rome. It was an extremely mind blowing experience to emerge from the Metro stop & to be confronted by " Il Coloseo " , the Colosseum. Very convenient for me to take the Metro A at Piazzale Flaminio , by the hotel I was staying in.

I am not a fan of the Baroque era churches in Rome. One visit I did make time for before my last Mysore class was to the amazing  Basilica San Clemente  , several blocks away from the shala on Via Labicana.

I am heading out to Miami this coming weekend with the intention of practicing at MLC  ; then onwards to NYC & hopefully a drop-in at AYNY  the week after. Ci vediamo !

 

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