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What The Future Holds (Chapter 4)

Since Including Ashtanga into my exercise regime, I am now more convinced than ever that practising yoga can hugely complement strength training. This totally opposes the common misconception of most men on what Yoga practise is all about as described in my “Perceptions” post, and this is what I endeavour to change.

Since taking up Tirisula’s Yoga teacher training, I feel prepared with tools of knowledge on how I can spread my opinion of Yoga. With the asanas and the other key aspects of Ashtanga such as mental healing and spiritual well-being, I certainly hope to spread the joy of Yoga to various demographics from old to young and from athletic individuals to newcomers.
Yoga is truly a lifelong journey and, in more ways than one. I will always be open to practising other Yoga styles because more knowledge comes with wisdom. And if given the opportunity to take the path as a yoga teacher, the collective wisdom can greatly help to incorporate a range of learning techniques and ability to curate specific focused practices to cater to a wide range of students in whatever their goals are in their asanas and their overall lifestyles.

Another New Beginning (Chapter 3)

By this time, I was enjoying my balance of CrossFit exercise and power flow yoga sessions. I found that both disciplines were complementary to each because my practice in both greatly improved coincidentally when combined both into my weekly exercise regime. Once again, I thought to myself that I found the perfect match and it could not get any better.

In early 2019, my fiancé encouraged me to her for a yoga series she had stumbled upon (a story for another post). It was called Ashtanga and at this time, she had been practicing it for about 3 months. The Ashtanga class she attended in Tirisula Yoga challenged her physically more than ever and it was taught expertly by the Guru, Max Sree. I was initially hesitant as she kept describing how well her inversions have improved thanks to the excellent teaching methods at Tirisula. Since my core strength is not my forte and I had never successfully done an inversion pose, I did not think it was the class for me, but I agreed to try it out. Also, because she had also insisted that I watch how awesome she was in the Ashtanga practise

Once again, I found myself feeling the way as I did in my first Power Yoga class, absolutely drenched, muscles sore, and loving the new experience! I had found a new type of practise that I wanted as part of my exercise regime, but Ashtanga was however more than a physical practise. Ashtanga’s focus on physical strength, cardio, coordination along with mental healing and spiritual well-being made it an excellent well-rounded style that I wholesomely enjoyed.

Perceptions (Chapter 2)

“Yoga is really good for relaxing the muscles”, a fitness trainer said to me. “I’ll do yoga when I’m old and can’t run anymore”, said another fitness enthusiast and “Yoga is too boring for me”. These are the common perceptions of Yoga by most men, and admittedly myself before, who wish only to partake in tough tackling and muscle bulging activities. Anything else, much less Yoga, would be considered as an insult to the manhood of ill-informed egos such as my once myself.

During the life transformation journey chronicled in my “crossroads” post, I had sought out where I belong. I wanted to find something that I would do not for exercise, but as a lifestyle. Something that basically defined me as a person and would stay with me for decades, or even my entire lifetime.

It was however in CrossFit training that I finally found something that I truly enjoyed. Every session was a challenge that pushed me to my physical and mental limits. I knew then that there is nothing else that can be as intense until I attended my first strength training-based yoga session which the studio called “Power Flow”. Due to my ill-advised perception of yoga, it took a lot of convincing by my then girlfriend (now fiancé) to attend the class although I hesitantly agreed eventually. She is an avid asana practitioner and was lightyears ahead of me in her core strength and flexibility, but I had never thought that there was any form of yoga practise that could match the intensity of my CrossFit regime.

At the end of my first strength yoga class, I was absolutely blown away by not only how drenched in sweat I was, but also at how simple yoga poses when combined with transitions and balancing was such a challenge. My perception of Yoga then on, changed completely and forever.