Mrs Bonus swears by Yoga. I have tried once or twice. Finding the time is the problem for me.Hi guys it's just a thought that most of you would of had maybe anyway and maybe even participate in but I strongly suggest you find time for Yoga if you are serious about keeping fit and cycling to a good standard.
I do Vinyasa Flow so its not as slow as some forms and its incredible. Keeps you flexible and also protects you from injury. If you have never tried it I can recommend ones to check out online anytime.
Happy cycling, Alex xx
If you want it to be quick don't choose Iyengar..A great source of income I was thinking of doing the teacher training course somewhere xx
Drinking beer is nice too..
It's odd how yoga is so often seen as something mainly women do.I tried to join a local yoga group but they weren’t overly keen on upsetting their core female clientele. I didn’t feel I would benefit if I was to ‘force’ myself on them so I politely didn’t enquire further. As it happens life went silly and I would struggle to fit it in now. When my youngest daughter is a bit older and can stay home-alone, I’ll shop around again.
Yoga would be amazing for me. I am too frenetic and dynamic for my own good. I do well shutting down occasionally as meditation has shown me. I need a ‘slow’ hobby for balance.
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