Running - and yoga, too - is my sanity and my saviour. It's just finding the time to do it!
Every day I try to do breathing exercises, meditation, and yoga. These things sound awfully cliche, but they help me slow down and try to point to a truth.
A lot of exercise is mindless; you can have music or the radio on and not be aware. But if you're aware in anything you do - and it doesn't have to be yoga - it changes you. Being present changes you.
Starting out in a beginner class and really understanding the fundamentals of yoga is really important.
Yoga teaches you how to listen to your body.
Seriously, I do a lot of yoga, so I'm in control of my body.
My mom is really skinny, too. I got it from her. I've never done yoga before.
I work out twice a day, once in the morning and once before bed. I'll start with half an hour of running and then some yoga to stretch everything out so everything is warm.
I used to do a lot of yoga, but I tend to lose a lot of weight when I do that.
I need something to do when I'm not working, or I crawl up the walls. So I've just taken up kung fu. I was looking for some kind of calming, relaxing activity. I tried yoga, but it wasn't really me.
In private, I'm a hippie who follows Buddhism, does yoga, meditates and loves to dance wildly.
I train five days a week hard - but it is short and sharp - 30 to 40 minutes of functional and pretty dynamic body-strength circuits, then I do a good yoga session on the sixth day, then I rest.
I go to yoga classes and work on my core.
I love yoga. I do yoga when I have time, which is not very often.
I exercise at home - light cardio and yoga.
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