Ah, dojo to myself again.
Always an opportunity not to be wasted. After a suitable warmup and some dynamic stretches/stance work I decided to go through all the kata we do from beginner to black belt.
After that I revisited the pinans. Instead of doing them separately I joined them together into one long form. Starting with Pinan Shodan (Heian Nidan) - the "real" order of doing them - I included a simple transitional movement between the end of one section and the start of the next.
That was quite a workout. There is so much in the pinan forms if you approach them with the right mindset there's several lifetimes worth of work in them!
The session came to an end with some static stretching and a little mokuso. Ah, the silence!