So we go to the room. It's hot. It's dark. Everybody is sitting on their mats with a pretty serious look on their faces, waiting for class to start. Business as usual. Me and my two buddies catch eyes in the mirrors and one of them raises her hand in the gesture you use to get into standing bow (arm out, elbow bent and close to your ribs, palm up) and mouths "don't drop the balls". So of course we all three start laughing. Trying to do it quietly.
Fast forward to standing bow pulling pose. The one with the hand gesture. Naturally I caught the eyes of my friend directly to the left of me and we were silently giggling. Not something you want to do as you are setting up for such a strenuous posture. Thankfully we regained our composure, in large part due to not looking at each other anymore and class from there on out was uneventful.
So day 3 was fun....but hot! After class I had to sit for a few minutes before I could change. Tough but doable. I think the laughter helped!