A guide to work out dressing
The work out. A phase invigorating for some while exhausting for others. I fit somewhere in the middle. Having dabbled with the gym in my youth, I spent more time in saunas than burning calories swimming. I knew early on it wasn't for me. Structure and time tables have never been my thing so scheduling exercise was always a write off. But yoga has been a constant companion since I was 16. I would pick up books or stretch alongside DVDs (yes kids, I really am that old). As a room full of heaving, breathing bodies bending at a designated time once a week always put me off. I need space, silence, solitude and spontaneity for it to be successful. Now those things aren't always in abundance with a 5 year old, a baby growing in my belly and a business to run but it has remained a core component of my day. Even if that means five minutes doing one stance whenever I can. It has weaved itself into my lifestyle, much like the cashmere line I created. None of it feels like work. In the morning when I look down over the baby bump to the tip of my toes on the yoga mat and I see the cashmere sweater sitting beside me it's like everything is in place. No panic or stress, just everything exactly where it's meant to be.