September 30, 2012
Today marks the official end of my 30 day yoga challenge! But you know what? I didn’t just do 30 days in a row…I did 44!!!
But it’s not just about the number of days that I completed yoga. Had I not done yoga every consecutive day, I still would have come out of this challenge a winner. This challenge was a great experience for me for many reasons.
First of all, it distracted … [Continue reading]
September 29, 2012
My hips have been bugging me lately so I’m taking it easy on the running. I did run a few days in a row and even though it wasn’t a lot of mileage, my body wasn’t used it it. Instead of running this morning, I did some yoga.
Before I get into the class I did this morning, I just wanted to say that I am so pumped about me improving my yoga headstand!
Before … [Continue reading]
Categories: Strength, Yoga
September 26, 2012
I still am going strong on my 30 day yoga challenge. I haven’t been blogging about every single workout, but you can check them out on my DailyMile profile if you are interested!
Last night I did a MyYogaOnline.com Yin workout with Sarah Harrison called Release into Self. I don’t always crave Yin, but when I do it is usually after a long day of work when I need to just slow things … [Continue reading]
September 19, 2012
Last night I stopped by Dave’s office after work so we could head home together. Dave showed me some of their test set ups, one of which involved putting some sensors on a motorized scooter. Dave let me test out the scooter and I felt like the little pig who screamed “wee” all the way home like on those TV commercials!
Once I got my share of giggles on the scooter, we got dinner and … [Continue reading]
September 18, 2012
There are so many types of yoga that it seems difficult to keep track of them all. But it is kind of fun because as I go through my 30 day yoga challenge, I explore the different practices. Last night I did a 30 minute Hatha practice with Dice IIda-Klein on YogaGlo called “Quick Flow for Strength and Evenness.” This workout was tough because you had to hold asanas (postures) for up to a … [Continue reading]