The biggest change in my day-to-day life that happened this past year is that I started doing yoga a few times a week. I had always enjoyed yoga, though most of my experience with it had been the occasional class following ballet, just for doing so,ethnicity not a little different, back in the day.
Now, I love yoga. It has made a noticeable difference in my life, and I am extremely grateful to have found a teacher I genuinely like as a person and a class (in English!) I can go to a couple of times each week. Yoga is often my favorite time of the week. In fact, I want more! I’ve progressed and am probably the best student in the class — I am certainly the most dedicated — and I would really like to take more class and do more advanced things.
Occasionally, I am the only student, and on these days, my teacher deviates from our normal routine and makes things a bit more difficult. I love challenging myself, and have found yoga in general (and these lucky “private” classes in particular) challenges me to be a better person: mind, body, and soul.