I have a trainer.
And now a schedule, which I have committed to adhere to.
My trainer is a GREAT friend who knows me and has incorporated yoga into my schedule.
Thank you Tracey.
So today, I felt inspired; in spite of a bout with stomach flu and bit of a nutty week...I found myself at Bikram Yoga.
Bikram is another word for really hot, sweaty, humid yoga. It requires that the room be 105 degrees and 40% humidity.
Hot, sweaty, jungle yoga.
I prefer to call it stinky yoga because that's what I am. At one point, in the middle of the class, I thought What is that smell???
I realized it was me.
We did a pose that I thought would be simple. It's kind of an on-your-knees back bend. As I tilted back, I realized I was nauseous, super dizzy and needed to lie down on the mat.
What's up with that
I laid down and heard the instructor explain my nauseous pose.
"This pose incorporates your hips. Your hips hold a lot of emotion and stress. It is not uncommon to feel sick or dizzy in this pose if you have a lot going on in your life. Just be patient, it takes a while to work these things out."
It was a good class, a stinky class and apparently I need to do something about my hips and a back bend. I guess my body is holding a lot of emotion.
All in good time...according to my yoga instructor, it takes a while to work these things out.