Trying something new is always scary in the beginning, especially if it’s really far out of your comfort zone. The best part about yoga is that it’s a loving community that welcomes both first-timers and professionals with open arms. I mean, everyone has to start somewhere, right?
As a recently new convert to yoga, I remember my first yoga class like it was yesterday. Come along as I take a walk down memory lane.

Thoughts:

“What do all these chants MEAN?”

“Wow, I definitely should have gotten a pedicure before this. Or at least clipped my toe nails.”

“Everyone is SO flexible.”

“I feel so awkward right now.”

“Am I even doing this right?”

“Yeah… my body can’t do that.”

“Or that.”

“I sure hope nobody is looking at me right now.”

“I definitely didn’t mentally prepare enough for this.”

“Is it too late to leave?”

“I can’t stop sweating. Seriously. My sweat is burning my eyeballs.”

“Is anyone looking at me? I am totally killing this tree pose right now.”

“Oh wait, tree falling.”

“When was the last time I stretched? High school?!”

“HOW MUCH LONGER DO WE HAVE TO HOLD THIS POSE FOR?”

“Our teacher is so wise. Keep dropping those truth bombs.”

“I’m actually doing YOGA! I’m such a boss.”

“I’m really diggin’ this whole shavasana pose.”

“It’s over already?? I’m definitely coming back tomorrow.”

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