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True Blue   on 01/01/18 @ 20:49 said:

I’m a yogi too JAPCR albeit sporadically; mainly practicing at home with You Tube and as an occasional treat I head off to a hot yoga class. Would love to do a yoga retreat at some point....would just feel a bit nervous going to one of these for the first time on my own.
I’m also constantly suggesting to my partner (a fellow OD𠆞r and occasional runner) that he starts doing Pilates as he’s the most inflexible person I know.

Agree the more interest in a range of different activities can only make this great site even better.

Dale   on 01/01/18 @ 22:40 said:

Just done a fabulous yoga New Years Day session at 8.30 am as the sun rose on the beach at Newton Bay.

Justapussycatreally   on 02/01/18 @ 3:17 said:

Hi True Blue....don’t be afraid to go off to a yoga retreat’ll usually find that a majority of the people there are! And it is a good thing because it means people are chatty and support each other....and if meals arent around a communal table there’s usually a community table for singletons to eat together at...but no pressure to do so either if mealtime mindfulness is on your agenda. I’m at Swa Swara in Karnataka at present, mixing yoga with blissful Ayurvedic massages, beach walks and delicious healthy food (haven’t given up wine n beer though ha ha) lots of singles here.

Mountain_Mouse   on 02/01/18 @ 10:04 said:

Hi JAPCR, Lots of flavours of yoga out there. I have done mainly Ashtanga but my local walking group includes 2 Iyengar teachers. Certainly an important part of my life although I only practice 2 or 3 times per week. Current class that I attend is titled 'yoga express' but is mainly Ashtanga based.

jo_jo   on 02/01/18 @ 18:22 said:

Hi I'd be interested in a yoga retreat either at home or abroad. I practise Ashtanga as well. Have done yoga holidays in Spain and Greece and they've been fab.

CambsMia   on 02/01/18 @ 22:08 said:

This is a great idea I do yoga regularly, ashtanga and acro. It'd be nice to see who else is keen...

Echoing what Justapussycat said, going on retreats solo is actually really nice, and can be more immersive than going with someone you know.

iansmyname.....orisitjohn?   on 03/01/18 @ 18:41 said:

I would definitley be interested in a Yoga/Pilates invite. I really need to make it a priority in 2018 to become much more flexible. Otherwise I may become known as the most rigid person that has ever lived...... x

True Blue   on 04/01/18 @ 21:13 said:

That’s real food for thought JAPCR thank you. I think I might give a retreat a go this year.

Site Admin   on 05/01/18 @ 12:44 said:

Is yoga an outdoor activity? I've heard of Yogic flying, now thats a way to get to the top of mountains, must try it.

Justapussycatreally   on 05/01/18 @ 13:31 said:

Yes, most retreats abroad have classes outdoors.....

Justapussycatreally   on 06/01/18 @ 8:16 said:

....and some in UK I believe.....

Snowdoniawhite   on 06/01/18 @ 8:31 said:

I have a few friends who like to knit in the garden..

Justapussycatreally   on 07/01/18 @ 11:21 said:

Probably whilst climbing mountains too, if they’re female.....

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