Don't forget! The spring break retreat in Miami is coming right up March 21 - 27! Would love to have you join!
Over the years, I've lived in a number of places - with host families in Costa Rica and Spain, in a bunch of different apartments in college, in Upstate New York, in southern Connecticut, in a hotel in Massachusettes, in a townhouse in southern Germany, an old loft in the Czech Republic - the list goes on. Strangely enough, the place I look back on with the most nostalgia is this little studio apartment I had while I was going through grad school. It was in a rough part of town, and definitely not the safest place, but it was all I could afford at the time. The building was old and falling apart, the elevators barely worked, and the entire place had a very distinct smell that I never really could place. I actually remember once afternoon coming home from student teaching and there were three cop cars outside my building. I asked if everything was ok, and they go, "Yeah nothing big, your neighbor was mugged but he's fine."
Uh, it was 3:00pm on a Tuesday! So yeah. Not the safest place, but it was my place. It was the first time I lived alone, and my little studio felt like a castle.
Today I want to address small spaces. Whether you travel a lot and are in hotels more often than you are home, are currently in a little studio apartment, or you're living' it up in dorm life, this yoga sequence should fit (quite literally) into your space. I created this heart pumping sequence because I don't know about you, but sometimes after traveling and being sedentary in the plane for hours on end I just want to get in a good sweat. The instructions here should be considered suggestions. Definitely modify as you see fit - if you have more energy, hold the poses longer, and if you're running on fumes, take it down a notch or two.
I really love learning more bout you guys, so to enter, let's talk about places you've lived and people you've lived with. The good, the bad, the ugly!
Rules for entry:
- All entries will be verified (i.e. make sure you leave a comment as well as entering using the box below).
- This giveaway is open to those in the USA. I feel badly about this, but each country has different rules for giveaways. (In Canada, for example, apparently a winner cannot be chosen by random, but rather, some element of skill must be involved?) So to open it up to everyone would mean adding additional rules to ensure it complies with each country's laws. I apologize.
- Three winners will be chosen by random using Rafflecopter on March 4, 2015, and notified by email.
- YBC will be shipping the DVD and Her Campus will ship the remainding items. YBC will pass on the winner's info to Her Campus, and then will not be responsible for communication/shipping between the winner and Her Campus.