Sunday, October 21, 2007

Yummy Yoga

I'm feeling really really good despite the fact that it's 2:14 a.m. here in London, and i still need to take a hot shower and clean up my room before crawling into my uber-comfy pink bed. Just spent an hour doing yoga with the lights off and listening to Kimberly Wilson guide me into yogic bliss. It was the first full practice I've done since going abroad, and it was just what I needed. Note to self: MUST incorporate home yoga practice into daily life here in London, as yoga studios here charge upwards of $22 per class...

Anyway, my practice also inspired me to sign up for The YOGA Show happening here the weekend of November 23-25. Even MORE exciting is that Sharon and David from Jivamukti Yoga in NYC are holding a special workshop on that Sunday. YAY! I've been wanting to take a Jivamukti class ever since KW did the Jivamukti teacher training this past year. And to workshop with the founders of Jivamukti?? Incredible. The whole weekend looks amazing, and i'm SO glad the entrance price wasn't exorbitant. What better way to spend post-Thanksgiving weekend? :-)

Ok must finish this green tea, hop in the shower, and hit the sack so i don't sleep in again until 3 p.m.... Bonsoir, my darlings!

1 comment:

L. Kuah said...

hey there :) i stumbled upon your blog via (i take classes with kimberly whenever i can at tranquil space) and wanted to let you know about an awesome yoga studio in London that i went to while i studied there earlier this year. its called Triyoga - and they have 3 locations in Primrose Hill, Soho (near Oxford Circus) and Covent Garden. i know what you mean about the $22/class yoga prices here, but what you can do is sign up online for a buy-1-get-1-free coupon and pay only 1/2 the price. then, if you feel up to it, you can get a class pass and show your student ID... then, the prices are about the same as the ones you'd pay back in the US. best of all, you can take ANY class there (some last for 2 hours!!) and get a frequent yogi pass, take 12 classes and get the 13th free. sooo there are WAYS of getting your money's worth for yoga in that uber expensive city. anyway, good luck and let me know if you try it out!