Ever since reading Naturally Thin I have been a bit obsessed with The Real Housewives of New York City. I was a New Yorker for a brief period of time, and I loved it. The show makes me miss the city even more. I’ve lived in Greenwich Village and the upper east side… I prefer the upper east side, but that’s just me I even watched the A-List Awards on Bravo last night (which were actually not very A-List at all…) just to see them. Do you watch?
Today’s salad was another not-salad, unfortunately. It was okonomiyaki (Japanese frittata) made with:
- base: spinach, organic purple cabbage
- toppings: mushrooms, organic leeks
- protein: egg whites
- dressing: organic ketchup, mayo, tonkatsu sauce; fried in sesame oil
Today’s yoga was majorly intense. It was only a 60-minute class, but I was thoroughly challenged. Bobby walked by me and said, “wow, you’re never that sweaty.” It’s true! I don’t sweat much. But I was soaked midway through this class. The class was a podcast by Philip Urso (I’ve done two of his other podcasts: here and here).
It was a Baptiste Power Vinyasa Yoga class (one of my favorite styles; Dave Farmar does this kind). It was constant flow until the very end, which I LOVE. (I find that Dave Farmar has more long holds than I like; I want to flow!) So if you’re into FLOW, check out Philip Urso. The class I took today can be found HERE (Fast HOUR of Power – 03/29/2007).
What’s your favorite style of yoga? OR, if you don’t practice yoga – what’s your favorite form of exercise? I love Baptiste Power Vinyasa, and as for other exercise… I’m a walker. I also love to dance.