Weddings. Family time. Yoga?
Day 7 of my 16 day trip to Taiwan has resulted in some much needed family time and some unwanted intake of grease and oil (if anyone knows a good salad joint around here, shoot me an email). I've been on the hunt for a good yoga class, but the harder I try the worse the classes get. Maybe I'm not looking in the right places, but typing "ashtanga vinyasa yoga in Taipei, Taiwan" isn't as informative as I thought it would be. Here are some tips for those of you who just so happen to be looking for a yoga class in Taiwan:
-Don't go to a local "Dance and Yoga Studio" where the class is simply labeled "yoga". You'll be incredibly disappointed.
-True Yoga in Taipei and TaiChung is like a 24 Hour Fitness or Equinox targeting wannabe yogi and and dancers. They allow neither drop-ins nor non-Taiwanese citizen to take class (weird right?)
-Call before you go. Always always call before you go.
For the time being, I'll have to make do with practicing on my own. Sorry bro. Hope my ujjayi pranayama doesn't wake you.