Stop: Yoga Time

Thanks to the scars on my groin from my operation, my usual sport, running, was off the menu for a little while. So I decided to sign up to a yoga website for a month and try that – to stay fit, but gently. And when I wasn’t doing yoga, I did sitty-downy jobs, like meeting a talent manager at the BBC, who overhauled my CV, then updating my CV, sending off said updated CV to all the production companies on my contacts database…and then some more…and then googling a few more and sending it to them too…

But the yoga was really, really helpful. I can’t recommend it more! As a cardio bunny, I wasn’t convinced that I would ‘Get Fit and Healthy in 10 Days’, as the yoga programme promised, by just doing half an hour every day. I was wrong. Because yoga uses your own bodyweight and carefully balanced workouts, your body is toned to its own level, and you stretch and build your muscles without even realising you are! I don’t think I’ll be going on yoga retreat weekends quite yet, but I did get myself a proper mat on Black Friday.

So I was getting fit and flexible, in both my body and my availability for further work in TV. Maybe I’ll check my emails again…

Stop: Yoga Time