Andreas, a dear friend of mine who recently returned to Colorado after spending nearly a year and a half in Thailand, teaching, has challenged me to 30 straight days of Bikram Yoga. I was not up for it. The last thing I want to do is drag myself out of bed at 5 AM to make time for class. But, even though I wasn’t “feeling” it, I know I need it more than I’d like to admit.
30 days doesn’t work for my schedule because I have a wedding to attend so 30 session is the goal. I will try to accomplish that in 28 days.
I have recently been in an emotional, physical and spiritual funk so lets see how my life changes, if at all, with this challenge.
To prepare you for your own Bikram Yoga Challenge I’m going to write a few lines, about my day to day. I hope this will, somehow, better equip you mentally and give you a glimpse into the basic tools you need.
Bikram Yoga Challenge
I scored a sweet deal on Groupon, $35 for one-month unlimited. I encourage you to do the same. Be smart, shop around. There’s no need to pay full price unless you know you’re going to invest in whatever practice you choose.