Celebriyogis, they’re just like us. Sometimes they just want to get out of their pretty little heads!
Movie star Colin Farrell loves yoga and is often hounded by the media about his practice and (mostly) about chiseled bod. But when Access Hollywood got up in his grill about it at the Hollywood Foreign Press Association’s 2013 Installation Luncheon this past Tuesday, the gracious chap simply responded with honesty and aplomb.
“It’s fun. [I] do it every day, as much as I can,” Colin said.
“I love being in a class with students – 30 or 40 people all moving in unison,” he said. “It’s very easy to live where you remain in your head… and you’re concerned about various things and constantly contemplating and so on and so forth, so it takes you out of your head for a while and just puts you back into your body.”
(btw, 30-40 people is average class size at LA’s top yoga spots.)
I’m super into how he skillfully uses his yogi toes towel to double as a mat strap carrier.
I’m super into that you are into
I was in a Joan Hyman workshop with Colin & his sister once at Dhyana Yoga in PHL. He’s genuinely into his practice!
my wife is the yogi in our family, but I’m slowly getting into it. Having said that, I much rather prefer a class with fewer people – probably because still such a novice.
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His comment about getting out of your head and into your body is a good one. I feel like I’m doing exactly that when I practice.