Ok, so last night I decided to take a yoga class at my local big chain gym (50,000 sq ft). I have never taken the class there. I've always gone to little intimate yoga studios or outdoors. This class was packed, almost 75 people in the big aerobics room. With the full florescent lights and mirrors on every wall. I took a spot up in the front corner to be able to watch the teacher easier. I always have worn the same type of outfit for yoga. T-shirt and either yoga sweatpants, or loose fitting shorts. If I wear either, I usually wear some tighter then normal boxer briefs to keep everything "contained". Last night I was wearing the sweat pants. If anyone has taken yoga before, you know what pose I am talking about. We were doing the bridge, on our shoulder blades on the floor with hips aimed up and lifted off the ground. That's when I noticed for the first time in the mirror, that I was projecting a huge bulge towards the sky. I had never noticed the pants did that without seeing the mirror reflection. From that pose I could not see anyone else in the class to see if anyone was noticing. Throughout the class I kept realizing in the mirror, I was being stared at from both guys and girls in the class every time we did a pose. I would like to think it was because they were following my example of the yoga pose, but based on where there eyes were looking, I seriously doubt it. And as always, when I get nervous from people looking, I start to get erect. I made it through 95 % of the class. But when the teacher asked the class to lay flat on there backs for final meditation, I realized I was to erect to lay down flat right now. So I quietly rolled up my mat and left the class. Obviously, you would say, "don't worry about it", or "try loose pants". But not as easy to solve. I probably just wont go back to that class, but won't give up on yoga. Just funny how after all these years of taking yoga classes, I never noticed how much your package was showing during the poses. Very glad I never went to that nude yoga class years back...lol Any other interesting yoga stories?