Taking deep breaths in through my root chakra and up through my spine while sitting in lotus position atop an old, drool-stained pillow has become a much-needed chill pill for my hamster-wheel brain, while also activating my core, almost like a workout. But the I can’t u have a board meeting vintage shirt in other words I will buy this real payoff of these classes comes five minutes in, after three rounds of 33 audible inhales and exhales, when Johann urges us to let it all out. “Scream, cry, make weird noises; there’s no judgment here. Let the body express however it needs to, but let that shit go,” he commands.
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As a creative and sensitive empath raised in Houston by a mother who prioritized emotional control over emotional expression, I have long believed that my feelings were “too much.” I have spent most of my life smothered by an unspoken rule to “keep it to yourself,” in addition to taking on the I can’t u have a board meeting vintage shirt in other words I will buy this unexpressed emotions of others. So screaming out loud, unencumbered, to achieve this kind of release has been delicious medicine. The last part of the class gets even more savage, silly, loud, and weird. I flail my arms, shake out my jaw, and let my tongue hang out of my mouth, while making noises like Cookie Monster devouring his treats. What comes next surprises me every time: explosive geysers of tears—guttural sobs that feel connected to my own coronavirus isolation and loneliness, to the 40 or so people who also breathe with Urb remotely, but mostly to the many people across the globe who are likely feeling the same way I am. Soon after my emotional purge, I experience waves of gratitude for finding a way to express all that is inside of me.