So I had been talking with my middle sister about how I wanted to start incorporating yoga into my workout and I got this lovely care package in the mail.
A box of some of my favorite things from organic body scrubs, my lemon Luna bars, tea, and a brand new yoga mat with matching water bottle. Isn't she the best? So I had to out the yoga mat this weekend.
I was fortunate to enough to catch a yoga class at the gym I go to and actually got a seat. (Those things fill up fast.) The instructor walked in, and let me try to say this tactfully, but I was not too impressed with her. Is it just me or do you think you fitness instructor should have a body in which you want to train for? You want to have that confidence that they know what they are doing and you can tell from the way they look. This also happened at the pilates studio I tried going to a few times back down south in Laguna Niguel. The instructor would instruct but her body looked a little soft. One morning she went to show us a move, just one move, and was out of breath! I stopped going after that because I believe you should practice what you preach. Overall I was glad I went as I got to stretch out my sore muscles and felt I got a little work in on my shoulders. I just wish that the workout were more intense and that I had broken a sweat in the hour long class. Just wondering if you guys agreed.