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After that, I'm on my back with my legs wrapped around the waist of an impossibly muscular man who's on his knees, facing me.Before I've had time to fully recover from the experience, I'm getting a massage from a kind man with glasses who tells me that he likes my aura.
The class is the brainchild of Raina Nemeth, a teacher who wanted to give her love-seeking yogi pals a space to flirt."All my single friends were speed dating or on Match.com," says Nemeth."So I thought, Well, five minutes on your mat with someone will tell you if there's a connection."Having recently ended a serious relationship, I'm not ready to start dating again, but I want to test the waters and see who else is paddling around.Still, I approach this class with some trepidation.For one thing, I've never participated in a singles event, and doing so makes me feel like I've got "Lookin' for Love" emblazoned on my chest.Then there's the vanity factor: I prefer to look my best (or, at the very least, not gross) when meeting eligible men.
But when I practice yoga, I'm usually drenched with sweat—and not the sexy, dewy variety.
Why do we date: to feel good, connect with someone else on a deep level, get some sexual in our lives, look at somebody in their underwear?
He Said (Elliot Riis) Yoga goes with everything; it’s the divine condiment, and as the prior two mathematically-tinted, parallel sentences prove, it goes pretty well with dating.
There's a lot of lingering and happy chatting as we leave the studio. Emotionally, I'm not yet ready for a full-on flirtation, the kind that might actually lead somewhere. Alexa Stanard is a freelance writer based in Oak Park, MI.
And some of the men were appealing enough that I could lose my better judgment after a couple of beers.
I'm talking about perspiration that soaks through my clothes in unfortunate places and takes my makeup with it in streaks.