Yoga Bloopers.

Via elephant journal
on Aug 19, 2010
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(Yes, “perfect” yoga models in videos make mistakes, too. Lots of ’em).

Namaste Yoga Video Bloopers—the least funny, but still charming, bloopers I’ve ever seen.

All the comments from those who have followed along are: how inspiring, to know they mess up too! So, in that spirit, enjoy. Just don’t try to follow along:


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3 Responses to “Yoga Bloopers.”

  1. _Melissa_ says:

    Also shows how unnecessarily overly produced yoga videos can be. Seems like a lot of work for a practice that is grounding.

  2. elephantjournal says:

    Starr Hunt checked this out and suggested it to friends…

    Steve Craig Oh no, they're out of sync…this is not a blooper reel, this is a bunch of bad takes. In order to make a blooper reel, something funny or unusual needs to happen. Yoga Blooper FAIL.

    Christine Baker Oops 🙂 LOL

    # Righto, Steve…blooper reels are always a bunch of bad takes, yah? But I said in commentary wasn't too funny. Still, the many comments on youtube ("this is inspiring"!) indicate that, while less than funny, "yoga bloopers" might help make such "perfect" yoga sequences more fun and accessible.

    Yesica Pineda there is no mistakes in yoga asana ~ it is not about how it looks and what you do ~ it is about how it feels and what is the state of mind you have as you do what ypu r doing ~ a form that feels good to one might not feel good to another ~ be careful with the western tendency to systematise all

    # Great point, Yesica! Wonderful.

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