I'm letting you in on a secret.
I started this blog a few months ago. I started it as a place to share ideas and thoughts, mostly about (or at least tangentially related to) yoga. I started it as a place to rant, occasionally. I started it as a place to explore ideas, always. I started it as a place to be open and honest, mostly.
If you read this blog on a regular basis, you know that I am not a professional yogi. I'm a practitioner. I'm a guy who's had a yoga practice for just over 7 years. I'm a guy who's had a daily practice for almost a full year. I'm also a private investigator.
My investigator pals are prone to trying to find out secrets. I've been found out. A PI acquaintance on twitter has outed me.
I couldn't be happier.
Read on. Read everything here. But - please let's keep this between you, me, and the fence post. This blog is a secret.
After being outed on social media as a man who actually takes time to care for myself, I thought it best to go move through some poses with a room full of likeminded people. (Actually, I had this workshop planned a few days ago.)
I strolled into Hot Yoga Plus Nashville and took in a practice with a bunch of people, most of whom I'd never met. Which is strange, considering this is Nashville and it's still - to this day - a small town.
Adrian was there and my pal Brian, but other than those two it was a totally new group of yogis for me. Chris Byford and Adrian lead the group through a meditation workshop. Flow. Sit. Flow. Sit.
It was lovely. It's nice to have my secret out in the public. (As it has been for several months now.)