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My yoga journey

Back to class

on June 10, 2015

I’ve not done much yoga over the past few weeks due to my aerial yoga instructor training and life in general being busy. On Monday I made it to the Sweaty Betty Vinyasa yoga class for the first time in about a month. It was really nice to chat to the girls who go on a regular basis that I’ve kind of got to know. One of the girls ran the London and Edinburgh marathon’s five weeks apart and is now getting ready for a Triathlon in August. I told her about the Meadowlark Triathlon at the beginning on July and she’s going to look into it and hopefully sign up. A couple of others were interested too so it’ll be good to have some failure faces there.

The class was taken by a different teacher, she didn’t introduce herself so I assume that she’s been covering for a few weeks. It was a slightly different style from normal but still vinyasa yoga, just not the ashatanga primary series that we usually practice. It was good to get back into a class rather than self practice or videos that I’ve been doing for the past few weeks. It reminded me that corrections are good even if they are group corrections rather than individual ones and that I like the social aspect of practice even if you don’t chat that much.

I’m booked in for next week and I’m making it a priority to get to a class at least once a week. I’m also going to try to make it to the Lululemon class on Saturday especially as it’s the last class in the current store before they open a bigger store in a couple of weeks.

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2 responses to “Back to class

  1. babycrow says:

    I really like the ‘group correction’ comment and the social but not chatting aspect you mention. Funny paradoxes but they are certainly part of what draws me to class too.

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  2. It’s chatting before and after class rather than during. I would never chat during class that would be so annoying.

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