Bending body and mind to make yoga my flexible friend
These days, you can’t feel truly part of the in-crowd until you’ve conquered yoga. Tired of being the odd one out, I’m having trouble bending body and mind to make yoga my flexible friend
At a recent social event, while making small talk with people we had just met, my husband leans across and remarks – helpfully drawing me into his bit of the conversation – “My wife does yoga.”
Several heads turn in my direction. “What kind of yoga?” someone asks, politely curious.
I freeze. I have no idea what kind of yoga I do. I have barely started it. I know there are...
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