Well, there have been stories that claim that Sting was just pulling everyone’s leg with the tale of his prowess. Why don’t you set the record straight and call QVC Tuesday night to ask Styler what the truth is?
Styler will be on QVC Tuesday on its 8 p.m. “Problems Solved” show peddling her $26 DVD set, “Warrior Yoga.”
Both Styler and Sting are big advocates of yoga. Just this month, Styler did a Q&A with the Yoga Journal about her enthusiasm for yoga and her DVDs. She says she had been doing yoga for 18 years.
In that interview, Styler does allude to the Tantric sex story about her husband, when she talks about how yoga has helped bring them closer during their 27 years together.
“The mainstream press made much of ‘Tantra and Sting and Trudie; it was a running joke,” Styler told Yoga Journal. “But, jokes aside, what’s important is making time for one another. Sustaining intimacy is an important ingredient in chemistry. People say to us that, after all these years, we seem like we are in love….yoga helps with all relationships – working relationships, friendships, parenting – because it helps with listening, patience, tolerance, understand!ng. People yell when they’re really crying on the inside. By listening on a deeper level, you feel another person’s vibration. Yoga practice is an exercise in listening, and it teaches you to tune in to your relationships.”
And here’s QVC’s blurb on Styler’s appearance.
“Humanitarian, environmentalist, and wife of rock star, Sting, Trudie Styler is also known for her dedication to the practice of yoga. Now, she is sharing the secrets to her success with this three-DVD collection, which combines cardio, strength training, and flexibility. Among this collection’s bonus features are meditation practices, organic cooking, and gardening tips.”