I mostly practice yoga at home.
If yoga studios had daycare, I'd pop into take class multiple times a week.
I now understand why so many parents have gym memberships. It's way easier to plop your kids off into a cube of supervised entertainment and go on about your workout.
Yoga studios are behind in that concept.
I understand it's probably a pretty penny but damn, I'd pay for that coverage.
Side-note: I'd totally support a local brunch spot at a restaurant if they offered daycare too. Hell, any business, for that matter.
When I am able to get to a studio, I often practice somewhere that I don't teach.
I like being anonymous, sometimes.
It's not that I don't enjoy practicing at the places I teach.
I'd rather skip the feeling of coming off as rude if I'm not upbeat or feeling customer service-y.
I do the same (needing space) thing at home too.
Sometimes I'll sleep on the couch at night.
Steve doesn't love that at all.
And it's not because we've had a fight.
I just like playing tug-o-war with the blankets by myself.
Instead of ripping them away him with a win.
I was this way as a child.
When I'd get sent to my room for getting in trouble (ps - super rare since I was a rule-follower like I mentioned before), it was never a punishment to me.
I liked being alone. As the oldest of 5 siblings, it's not hard to understand why.
I don't want to call this some hippie-dippy shit.
This is just me, sometimes needing some space.
It doesn't mean I don't love people or what I do any less.
If anything, it helps me to love people and what I do even more.