I love the 60 minute Hot-Power Fusion class from YogaDownload, except I could not do Balancing Stick to save my life this morning. Wobbling all over the place! Honestly, I have a hard time doing more than 20 or 30 minutes of yoga at home. At the studio, the time seems to fly by, but I get so distracted in our house. I swear, one little fuzzball on the carpet will drive me crazy until I finally have to hit pause and pick it up in the middle of a flow. However, with the Hot-Power Fusion class, I’m totally focused and always surprised when it’s time for Savasana. Love that!
Once again, we met up the Whole Foods salad/hot bar, and Little One, and Justine’s best friend joined us. Um, my bowl got a little out of control. What do you think? Gliding Calm worthy?
Guess what’s back in my life?!?
Oh my gosh, I love this stuff! Oatgurt tip: Before fermenting, make sure you BLEND and BLEND your oat groats until they are thick and creamy – not too watery. This past weekend, I had to throw out an entire batch as I basically ended up with a bowl of watery sour oat groats. Usually CD and I are fighting over every last bite, but neither of us had a problem with pitching it. Thankfully, my latest oatgurt came out perfectly – like a big creamy round loaf of sourdough. Couldn’t wait to serve myself up a slice for breakfast:
Oatgurt with homemade raw almond butter and bananas. Now, I know I mentioned in my weight loss post that I try and avoid fruit, try being the key word. I mean, life without bananas? What’s the point, right Pol?