This is the year I turn 40.
It’s a big one for me.
So, in an “expand my yoga horizons” experiment, I tested out how I would feel going to a hot yoga studio over this past month.
I did this for a few different reasons:
I wanted to understand this practice that I get my “yoga snob” on about.
I wanted to see if it was really what die-hard devotees make it out to be—as in, “It changed my life!”
I wanted to understand how the heat informs my physical asana practice.
I wanted to see what was out there on different ends of the yoga spectrum in this California coastal town where I have been living for the last few years.
Mostly, however, after returning from a few months of practicing lots of yoga and living in Bali, I was looking for the discipline of attending regular classes versus just doing my practice at home.
I also thought that the heat might be a gentle reminder of the tropical warmth of Bali, and figured classes would be small—after all, isn’t summer the last time one would think of going to hot yoga?
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NAMASTE + ALOHA.