I know, I know- walking is free too. So is running. Even the yoga DVD's that I bought (and used quite a bit years ago) are free to use now. But it's just not the same a going to a class.
Anyway, on to my question. I was so excited that I called my mom- a fellow yoga fanatic.
Or Former fanatic, as I discovered. Her response was a somber face with the warning to
"Don't worry!" I assured her, "I know all the basics and know not to do too much too quickly."
"No, Kim, I mean spiritually. You're walking a fine line. "
Now, I don't want to be arrogant or tread ignorantly where I shouldn't, but- seriously? I've been doing yoga off and on since my freshman year in college. As far as I'm concerned, it's pure physical and mental relaxation and rejuvenation.
Yes, I do the "sun salutation" and "namaste"- is this anti-Christian or Catholic? Or is this another "Harry Potter is evil" controversy where I just say, "Ok mom, I'll be careful" and leave it at that?