The most important "subjects" will be my students. As a teacher people will come to me expecting guidance. I have to be able to guide them through their practice and remind them of what they are here to do, that is, to join the body and mind so that they become one seamless flow. That effort will begin with the breath. I have found in my own practice that when I allow my breath to guide my movement, rather than the movement leading the breath, I am much more aware of just being present with every asana. The mind becomes calm, I am not thinking about the laundry, or the time or any other distracting thought that would come up if I were not focusing on my breath.
Hmmmm.... I think I'll write more about that in a blog to come.
Just know that if you are ever in one of my classes I will be honored that you have intrusted me to help you along the way on your yogic journey. With a humble heart I will joyfully serve.