A good friend took me to the yoga studio he belongs to, Yoga Samadhi, on Saturday. I was planning on returning today because the class felt fantastic. My body, on the other hand, had other plans for today. I can tell how out of balance my body has been from the soreness, and I guess that means I need the yoga that much more. I found the studio to be a warm, friendly, inviting environment, and reasonably priced. I don’t know too much about the various styles or schools of yoga, and I guess I will look into that subject this week. The studio I went to practices a sub-style of hatha yoga named Vinyasa. If you know anything about this stuff, I would love to hear about it.
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I don’t know too much about Yoga, but my family in Colorado is all hooked on Birkam Yoga, which is done in a very hot room. I mean, literally hot — like 100 degrees.
I went to one class, and managed to make it through the whole thing. I can honestly say that it was one of the hardest, most demanding and draining activities I’ve ever done.
I’d like to do more of it, but it’s so incredibly daunting to thing about putting my body through that again. I felt amazing, but brutalized.
Yeah, I looked at the Bikram studio on Cheshire Bridge, but it is $150 a month, which is a little more than I would want to pay to go a couple of times a week. To be fair, I haven’t tried it, and maybe I should at some point to compare.