Monday, October 25, 2010

AcroYoga for Me?

Well according to Nick it was! He asked me if I wanted to fly one night after the studio had closed and without thinking I said, "Yes!" Suddenly (but with careful instruction and guidance) I was floating above the ground with trusty Nick as my only support!

If Nick had told me what he was going to do I probably wouldn't have let him, but I was happy he showed me this other way of experiencing yoga. After, I went to class with him where (also with careful instruction and guidance) I became the "base" for a man that I never would have thought I could lift by myself. That's what's cool about AcroYoga- as long as your alignment is in place you can do amazing things. It's like when you find your correct cobra or warrior pose for the first time- you just feel perfect. That is an amazing feeling!

If you're curious I would highly recommend coming to our AcroYoga workshop November 6th @3:30pm.
If you're skeptical I would highly recommend coming...
If you think you'll look ridiculous I highly recommend coming...

Like I said- It's an amazing feeling!

1 comment:

  1. Yoga shares some characteristics also with Buddhism that can be traced back through history. During the sixth century B.C., Buddhism also stresses the importance of Meditation and the practice of physical postures. Siddharta Gautama was the first Buddhist to actually study Yoga.

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