Class #17. hot fusion confusion.

This was a hot bikram/ core power fusion class. I’m not a fan of Bikram really, but this class fit into my schedule and I thought maybe since it was a mixed class that I might not mind it. My main issue with Bikram is… dare I say… I feel like it’s a little soul-less. Any yoga that involves a microphone and phrases like: “lock your knees”… freaks me out. Forgive me, I haven’t taken a million classes from a million different teachers and this is merely my experience. And this class was NOT one of those types of classes at all and there was a hint of spirituality tied in.  But, we didn’t do any vinyasas. I prefer when there’s lots of flow and the poses seamlessly transition from one to the next. It’s a little hard to judge the toughness of a hot class because you are pretty much spent and totally drenched by the end of every class either way. Sometimes I feel like you don’t really build as much muscle as you would in a normal vinyasa class. Although, the teacher was lovely and beautifully articulate.

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January 17, 2011. Uncategorized.

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