A week of yoga

So, yeah, yoga. All day, every day. Definitely kidding on the all day part; didn’t quite make it to every day. I’ve been feeling totally unmotivated to do any type of strength training recently – recently meaning over a month – so I finally decided to branch out from my usual restorative yoga and do all the yogas for a while. I also signed up for the intro month special at a local yoga studio, because unlimited classes for $30. We shall see how many of those classes I actually get to. I like going to studio classes, but I also like doing yoga at home where I don’t need to dress presentably. So this week, day-by-day:

Monday: 20-minute morning vinyasa video.

Tuesday: I planned to go to a restorative yoga class, but for some reason I was exhausted. So exhausted that leaving my house for restorative yoga sounded like too much trouble. So this was the day I didn’t do yoga. Though I clearly left my house at some point because I did go for a run.

Wednesday: 1-hour hip opening vinyasa video. This is one of my favorite yoga videos, so here’s the link. Though to be honest I always fast forward through the “peak pose” (flying pigeon), because I’m nowhere near that flexible.

Thursday: 10-minute morning vinyasa video. This one was not my favorite; too fast and bouncy for morning, or really any time in my opinion. Also 3x800m interval run at (hopeful) 5K pace.

Friday: Gentle yoga class. Yay, I finally actually went to a studio class.

Saturday: 45-minute shoulder strength/mobility vinyasa video. Conclusion: my shoulders might have some issues.

Sunday: So I had good intentions of trying a new trail to run, but then I didn’t get out the door until after 10:30 so going to the nearby trail with lots of shade sounded like a better idea. And then my GPS apparently ran all over the mountains without me, but since I know the trail I can say my feet ran 4.5ish miles. Also 30-minute bedtime yoga class.


Other happenings of the week: I read a bunch of papers, kept the aspen tree shoots from taking over the yard, unsuccessfully car shopped, and made kombucha from my accidental scoby. Because when you leave a jar of unfiltered kombucha in the fridge for 6+ months…you accidentally grow a new scoby.



What’s your favorite style of yoga? Yoga studio or videos at home?

Linking up with Meghan for week in review and HoHo Runs and MissSippiPiddlin for Weekly Wrap

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  1. I am impressed with all of the yoga in one week! I am lucky if I can do it once a week. 🙂
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    1. Hannah says: Reply

      That’s usually how I am too! Trying something different 🙂

  2. I like anything where I don’t have to leave the comforts of my own home or pajamas. 🙂

    Also I haven’t been motivated to work out in months…actually since Ave was born. I’ll do an occasional run but usually I’m not feeling it.

    Hooray for accidental scoby.
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    1. Hannah says: Reply

      Same. Pajama yoga is great.

  3. I love going to the studio for yoga, though I have done some classes at home that were pretty good. I only do yoga once a week at most, I wish I had more time to practice! Nice job!
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    1. Hannah says: Reply

      I usually only do yoga once a week or so! Decided to try switching things up for a while 🙂

  4. I have a home gym so always do yoga at home, which I like because I can do it for 10 minutes if that’s all I have. I also liked going to a studio, by I did Ashtanga, which was always a 1.5-hour commitment.
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    1. Hannah says: Reply

      Yes, I like the time flexibility of doing yoga at home! I’ve never tried ashtanga because of the time commitment….
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  5. Yes, all of the yogas! I love yoga and wish I could get to a studio more frequently (like every day), but my schedule just doesn’t allow for that, so I go once or twice a week. I am not an at-home workout person at all and definitely prefer a studio. My favorite yoga is flow closely followed by yin.
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    1. Hannah says: Reply

      I love yin, it was the first class I tried at a studio!
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  6. […] yoga 5 days. I still only made it to the studio once – not really taking full advantage of the unlimited month here. I have lofty plans to […]

  7. I don’t remember the last time I did yoga… I need to change that!
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    1. Hannah says: Reply

      Yes you do 😉

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