|I just love this shade of lavender, |
the clean lines, the little plant in the
background...the elephant in a
tree pose (that's what it's called
|Now this is my idea of a yoga class!|
And then there is Bikram's Yoga. Now here's a guy who was successful at combining cut-throat business practice with the "peaceful and spiritual" practice of yoga. He's a brilliant business man who managed to create a North American trend that combines bending and stretching with little to nothing on in high temperatures......on carpet (excuse me while I dry heave). Now there may be more studios offering this program on a floor that doesn't suck up every little drop of sweat and bacteria but not the studios I have seen. Unless they deep clean these carpets every night (let alone after every class).....you couldn't pay me enough to even step one naked foot in that room.
|Yup. That was me...never really|
fitting in...but in awe of what
the instructor could do!
|I'd join a yoga studio if they sold|
yoga gingerbread people.
If you are interested in taking more of a critical look on the business and practice of yoga, I highly recommend the book "Yoga, Inc."
That's all I got!
P.S. I'd love to take credit for such a creative title, but I saw it on a bumper sticker once (author unknown).