City Yoga

City Yoga

Recently I’ve been having a lot of aches and pains due to rock climbing and sitting in a cube for 40 hours a week.  I know, I’m a fragile, little weakling but that’s just the way I am.  I went to a beginner fundamentals yoga class this morning to work on my flexibility.  I must say it felt really good and it was a great way to start a Saturday morning.  Maybe this is the answer to some of my ailments!

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  1. Los Benitos says:

    I went to my first ever yoga class Friday evening and am convinced that its the way to ward off future injuries. It was a hot class and I don’t have any relativity in the matter but I think its better- I’m real inflexible and the heat helps you loosen up a little.

  2. i’ve been trying to get into yoga too. it seems like the best workout for being stuck in shitty climbing areas

  3. Your body changes daily, and it dendeps on many variables. That’s an important fact to know in a yoga practice, which translates to dance: some days, your body can go farther than others. I may get my forehead to the floor in a pose today, but I may only be able to bend forward a little bit tomorrow. That doesn’t mean I’ve lost all my progress. That means that my body only needs that much to nourish it today. Even when your over-arching trajectory is upwards, there will be little hills and valleys along the way. One data point isn’t a trend. It’s okay if you were out of juice last night it happens. The important thing is that you did practice, even if you had the don’t-wannas. You’re working at it, and your practice is growing.

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