I promise this isn’t going to turn into the yoga report, but I’m so excited right now, and I just need to share it with you!
I truly did not believe that yoga was going to be for me. I only went because my daughter insisted that I try it. I despised my first visit, hated my 2nd. The 3rd was okay, but now, after the fourth, I love it. I have come so far in just a few visits. Both my flexibility and core strength have improved dramatically. But best yet, rather than having to be guilted into going, I’m doing it by myself like a big girl. I would go every day if my body would let me, but I’m feeling the need to take it slow. Every other day gives me a chance to recover a bit.
So, now that I’ve decided that I like it, I signed up for a month’s worth of classes.
If I continue the way I’m planning, that’ll mean 15 days of sweating, stretching and getting stronger!
I also want to understand exactly what it is yoga is all about, so I’ll be doing some reading on the subject.
It’s funny. I didn’t go looking for this, but it found me. And it’s the best thing I’ve done for myself in a long time. It doesn’t seem like yoga would come under the heading of “creativity,” but interestingly enough, the quieting of my mind is contributing to my creativity.