Saturday, July 15, 2006

Back to Yoga

Just signed up with Pure Yoga. So I'm back to my practice, slowing rebuilding my stamina and strength.

From someone who previously fell to 1 practice session a week, I'm now doing it 4-5 times a week. I see it as progress, although it could be another indication of my addictive personality.

Meanwhile, I would like to introduce everyone to my new yoga practice: Yin Yoga.

In a nutshell, you hold your poses in Yin Yoga for 3-5 minutes. The emphasis is on the connective tissues, and there are a lot more hip-opening poses. I find that I enjoy it.

3 comments:

Ah Leng said...

Sigh.

With my bad back, i can't even stand or walk for too long, not to mention i cannot carry anything heavier than a sack of rice. I cannot even stretch much.

Sigh.

Old age.

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