I go to the meditation class every week and I feel a lot more calm after class.
I go to the meditation class every week and I felt a lot more calm after class.
I think I should use the present tense in the first half of the sentence because I am talking about something that I do regularly.
But at the same time, I felt calm every time after that class (it already happened many times in the past), so I am going to go to the classes and I believe I will still feel calm every time after going to the class (which makes it a regular event too?). So I'm confused about whether I should use the past tense in the second half of the sentence.
I did look up for the usage of simple past and it doesn't explain this situation.