In the last month as certain fitness industry titan failed and failed miserably. The almighty Lulu sold out to cheap imitation materials and hoped no one would notice. But, we did. (Well, it's hard not to notice when everyone's crack is showing in downward dog.) So, this got me to thinking of some sage advice that might not be so sage, "fake it till you make it." Is faking it or "looking the part" really going to get you any further than the front door? Probably not.
Yoga, like the office, is a practice. Some days are good and some days are bad. But, if all you are is someone that looks good in a suit (or in a pair of see-through stretchy pants) you're bound to be found out. You have to come to the mat, or desk, or computer, or podium, every day and do your best for that day. The hard days are when change occurs. The easy, breezy days are there to remind you why you got into this in the first place. And, as for looking the part, when you have it - REALLY have it - no one gives a hoot about your pants.
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Bend Into Shape
For people who love dogs, yoga, good food and/or great parties ... that covers everyone right?