What people are saying about DNY4M . . .
"Man oh man! It's hard to put into words what that first Sunday session meant to me. All I can manage to mutter is that the concentrated strain, the safe peaceful setting, the sweat, the friendliness, and--of course--the nakedness all seem to be vital to the magic for me. Never before have I felt more proud to be a man. I left the class wanting more, maybe even a little "sad" to interrupt the connection with all of you incredible guys."
"First, the class was great!!! So glad I signed up - a little wobbly, but if I was already an expert, why would I take the class (where did you find so many really hot men, too?)"
"What a great first session! I felt so energetic on the ride home. As I'm new to Yoga and new to social nudity i'd like to say a big thanks to Lee for convincing me NOT to chicken out and to Richard for his patience and calming voice, and to all for providing such a welcoming and accepting environment. I feel great! (I'll be sore tomorrow!)"
" . . . loved the whole experience that is for sure. I tried to describe it to a friend and he just couldn't get it. I certainly did enjoy it."
"What a great first session, guys! I, too, almost backed out of going, and am glad I didn't. It's been a long time since I was so sore, but I felt completely energized on the ride home. Your pace was great and it was completely non intimidating. Other than all the sweat on the mat, it was refreshing to exercise while naked! I know I'll sleep well tonight . . . "
"One of the joys for me in practicing yoga in a group is the sound of everyone breathing together. Interesting about soreness: I was sore from riding 30 miles on my bike yesterday, but I left the class today with no soreness and a great sense of calm."
"Thank you for the class. My body is a bit sore today and will expect it to be more sore come tomorrow. Thank God for hot tubs. The instruction was clear and easily understood. The pace was perfect for me as I reached my edge right at the end of the class. My legs and arms were shaking from exhaustion. It made my motorcycle ride home interesting for sure... Next time I need to wait a few minutes before getting on the bike!"
" . . . it was well worth it. I was re-energized . . . For that 90 minutes I forgot all of the problems I am having at work and removed me from all its turmoil. I hope that I will be able to continue to do this to focus on something other than work, since it recently has begun to affect my health . . . this should get me going back to my regular gym routine as well."
and this is my personal favorite, " OH, OH! I've heard of that! Don't do it! Don't do it!" LOL . . .
Quote from Pope John Paul II
"Sexual modesty cannot then in any simple way be identified with the use of clothing, nor shamelessness with the absence of clothing and total or partial nakedness. There are circumstances in which nakedness is not immodest...Nakedness, as such, is not to be equated with physical shamelessness.
Immodesty is present only when nakedness plays a negative role with regards to the value of the person...The human body is not in itself shameful, nor for the same reason are sensual reactions, and human sensuality in general.
Shamelessness (just like shame and modesty) is a function of the interior of the person."
-Pope John Paul II, 1981
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