These muscles are feeling a random kind of fatigue after their weekend schedule was completely rearranged. Rather than waking up
way too early for the usual Saturday group run, I slept in and skipped the rain. Rather than running 10 miles, I enjoyed 75 minutes of “Intermediate” Vinyasa at Buddha B.
In my experience, the litmus test for a great yoga studio is a bad website. Clicking the link above will show you the schedule and what’s coming up – it certainly won’t wow you with graphics, papyrus font or fancy design. No offense at all, Buddha B – it just means you spend your resources elsewhere. I get it, and I like it.
Digression aside, the studio was spacious, not too crowded, the teacher was great and the class wiped out my energy stores.
“If you say you don’t have time for something, you’re just saying it isn’t a priority.”
Simple words that can change the way you tackle every task of every day. Do I have time to run? Always. I can go straight from my front door, and go out as long or short as I want. Do I have time to do yoga? When I decide to, yes.
Kate and I took advantage of some Sunday morning sunshine by running, then biking, then yoga-ing. The free lululemon Georgetown class always appeals to me, until other Sunday “chores” get added to the agenda. This weekend, priorities were rearranged and put back in their place – another hour of yoga, a few easy miles on the bike and new shade of pink on the cheeks to match the season!
Ah, sweet time-management victory.
I’ve put my rainy miles in for today, so tonight I’ll be back on the mat. Thanks to LivingSocial, I have 13 more classes to spend with the Buddha peeps.