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Hugh Hefner has died at the age of 91. A man who embodied the fantasies, support of journalism & literary excellence, objectification of women and simultaneously sexual liberation—a complicated man and legacy. #playboy #hughhefner⠀ “One of the problems with organized religion is that it has always kept women in a second-class position. They have been viewed as the daughters of Eve.” ⠀ ~ Hugh Hefner⠀ ⠀ #feminism #hefner #religion⠀ ⠀ “I would like to think that I will be remembered as someone who had some positive impact on the sociosexual values of his time. And I think I’m secure and happy in that.” ⠀ ~ Hugh Hefner⠀ ⠀ #sexualrevolution #sexualliberation #sexuality⠀ ⠀ “Life is too short to be living somebody else’s dream.” ⠀ ~ Hugh Hefner⠀ ⠀ #playboymansion #Dreams #ambition⠀ ⠀ “I was raised in a typical Puritan Midwestern Methodist home and there was a lot of hurt and hypocrisy in those times. And I think that whatever part Playboy played and that I managed to play in terms of the sexual revolution came out of what I saw in the negative part of that life and tried to change things in some positive way so that people could choose alternate personal ways of living their lives.” Click link in bio for Playboy Yoga? #playboyyoga #elephantjournal #beofbenefit #rip

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“His causes — abortion rights, decriminalization of marijuana and, most important, the repeal of 19th-century sex laws — were daring at the time. Ten years later, they would be unexceptional…

The Playboy Philosophy advocated freedom of speech in all its aspects, for which Mr. Hefner won civil liberties awards. He supported progressive social causes and lost some sponsors by inviting black guests to his televised parties at a time when much of the nation still had Jim Crow laws…

The Playboy Philosophy advocated freedom of speech in all its aspects, for which Mr. Hefner won civil liberties awards. He supported progressive social causes and lost some sponsors by inviting black guests to his televised parties at a time when much of the nation still had Jim Crow laws…

The Playboy Philosophy advocated freedom of speech in all its aspects, for which Mr. Hefner won civil liberties awards. He supported progressive social causes and lost some sponsors by inviting black guests to his televised parties at a time when much of the nation still had Jim Crow laws…

feminist critic, Susan Brownmiller, debating Mr. Hefner on a television talk show, asserted, “The role that you have selected for women is degrading to women because you choose to see women as sex objects, not as full human beings.’” ~ NY Times

Bonus: for a beautiful, rather non-sexual photo series: Nude Yoga. {Photos of Model, shot by Husband}

 Adult: Sara Jean Underwood Playboy’s Yoga Full Video

Bonus: want to see something better? Best yoga video you’ve seen for a long time.

Bonus: (Tasteful) Nude Yoga.

Bonus: Naked Yoga: Now that’s Hot Yoga (Try this [only] at Home).

Bonus: Tantric Sex (and the City).

I was among several who broke the news on the existence of “Playboy Yoga” a few years back—I swear, I just read elephant for the yoga.

And I’m personally of the opinion that this is fine if it gets folks beyond lust—the videos aren’t that sexy—and back to thinking about yoga. Likely, this video will attract folks who normally don’t belong to the “yoga demographic”—and I’m good with that. But there are serious concerns, too—touched on in my original blog, “Now we’ve seen everything.*”

But we’ve never shared the nude version. Until now.

A few years after the controversy’s died down, I think we’re ready. Or, not. Either way, here ’tis. It’s just a naked body—and, yet, it’s

…the ultimate challenge to those “Yobo” fans who say that Yoga for Weight Loss, Disco Yoga, Bikram, Adidas Yoga with (my friend) Rainbeau Mars and Yoga without all that annoying Granola, Chanting or Sanskrit may not be “traditional yoga” (a moving target in and of itself)…but nevertheless may help open the door to those who might not ordinarily be interested in pure yoga, true yoga, quality yoga.

…Yup, there’s a new url in town:

http://www.playboy.com/yoga

Just the url itself is enough to provoke convulsions, grimaces, grins, vomiting and/or ogling. Beauty—or otherwise—is in the eye of the beholder.

This is provocative stuff—it raises some tough questions about the Future of Yoga (addressed by elephant, yogadork, itsallyogababy, joellhahn and, in comments, by our readers in the links above).

In any case, as the Buddhists say, it’s our obstacles or enemies that are our best friends, provoking self-examination, questioning and growing pains.

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Bonus: NSFW! Is Tantra about Sex? XXX? In the West, it is.

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Cutting yoga ambition:

 

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anonymous Apr 5, 2015 3:01am

This does bother me. Because I'm a yoga teacher and work in the highest integrity. I'm a healer. I'm also an attractive female and just yesterday, received YET ANOTHER email from a guy offering to, this time, pay me "$150 to watch me do yoga in yoga pants and in the nude." Are you freaking kidding me? So, this hits a nerve because it doesn't help. It sexualizes yoga, there's no denying that. If we were a more evolved culture it would be fine and beautiful but we are very far from that place and Playboy isn't known for its enlightened points of view.

anonymous Oct 5, 2014 5:15am

Perhaps a strange question given the context, but does anyone know the song playing from 0:52 till 1:33 in the first video? I've been looking for it for years, but can't seem to find it…

anonymous Sep 6, 2014 7:04am

I feel disappointed, discouraged, and disturbed that the ALL-TIME! most popular post on Elephant Journal is one of a beautiful, young woman, demonstrating nude yoga poses. I certainly honor Sara Jean's naked beauty and her love and devotion to yoga, yet in my heart of hearts I know the popularity of this video has very little to do with that.

    anonymous Sep 6, 2014 8:38am

    People love admiring the naked human form. I am inspired by Sara Jean's photos because she demonstrates the asanas gracefully.

anonymous Jul 31, 2014 2:12pm

Has everyone above forgotten that she is a paid actress and model working for an adult entertainment company? She obviously does some form of yoga for fitness, or she wouldnt be able to do the poses so easily, but she is no yogi guru. This is the nude version of the same video she does clothed. Its marketing, thats all. It really isnt very sexy – the cameraman needed to focus on her breasts to remind you you are watching a Playboy video.

anonymous Jul 29, 2014 3:04am

All I could see was poor form. Knee ahead of the ankle in warrior? Elbows behind the wrist in chatturanga? Who is her teacher?!

anonymous May 26, 2014 8:40pm

She looks and sounds young, but she's actually 30. Like others have said, it's not the best instructional video, and, begin a Playboy product, all the focus is on her chest. Good thing it wasn't a Hustler production!

It always strikes me how judgmental and harsh some comments are on this "enlightened" site, as if people don't even try to check themselves before they write. Also by those who assume all sorts of dirty, perverted notions as the be-all of male attention. I mean, sure, I appreciate an attractive nude woman, and there is a sexual aspect to that. But I found myself more interested by being able to see her muscles in the poses. I think I'd benefit from seeing a guy doing naked yoga (although I'd prefer he wear some short briefs), it would improve my understanding of the technique. Actually, seeing some old dude who's been doing it for 40 years would probably be the most instructive… But as for this, the human body is amazing, and some people have amazing human bodies. And it's nice to look at them. Briefly.

Lastly, I have a hard time believing any woman wouldn't find nude yoga performed by a man at least a little titilating. You're not dead, right? You're human? It's okay to be a sexual being… just don't carried away by it. Balance your animal side with your enlightened side, but don't let either one take over, right?

Honestly, I just hope she gets a real yoga gig somewhere if that's what she's into.

anonymous Apr 13, 2014 8:36am

The people who are hating on this video are just hating on the fact there is a beautiful young women who happens to be naked while doing something she loves.I have met ms.Underwood myself and she is very sweet,polite,down to earth as a women could get.put beside my personal feeling towards her,no one needs to judge on anything that she is doing. Just because she has a nice body and isn't afraid to show it doesn't mean that she is doing it to get attention or taking something(like yoga) that is so peaceful,personal,relaxing,wholesome,and just flat out being in touch with your self,and proudly sharing with the world how she does it doesn't mean she is turning it into something inappropriat or demeaning towards women. And for everyone who says that she isn't doing it right and her alignment is off,no one does everything perfect.not even you!(those who are judging her alignment and poses) god women are so jealous of any othr female who has a great body and isn't afraid to show it.if it was a video of yourself(anyone) would this video be boring or inapropriate or discusting or gross then? Give the girl a break.I think it's wonderful and fantastic that she has the balls to make a video like this and not give a shit what any haters have to think.so grow up and stop being so judgmental

anonymous Mar 23, 2014 9:09am

what is wrong with naked yoga ??? the human bodies can be beautiful why not look at them? if your so insecure in your sexuality and self control that you can't look at this without control i suspect you have deeper issues that go beyond looking at naked people. as an artist in college i did it all the time its not a big deal. war guns weapons and mindless violence that's a big deal a nude woman is just beauty/art/and flesh it cant hurt you, unless your already hurting inside.

anonymous Mar 22, 2014 11:38pm

Honestly, I really do not see the point of "naked" yoga. Yoga is yoga, presenting it in this form is just telling me that whoever wants it to be seen in a sexual nature. It is totally absurd. Why do people always have to do that?

anonymous Mar 15, 2014 9:15pm

To each their own but I don't believe that the true intent of this video (or Playboys inclusion of yoga to its brand) was to spread the yoga practice and lifestyle. While naked yoga can be captured on film in a non-sexual manner, I don't think that that was the director's aim. The style in which it was shot and the strange 70's porno music in the background definitely gave it a softcore kind of feel. I'm not offended by the video in the slightest, but I'm also not anymore inspired or knowledgeable from viewing.

anonymous Feb 18, 2014 5:04pm

It occurs to me that all of the negative comments about how she looks (I might add I think she is beautiful) from how tan she is to complaining about her shaved pubes, reeks of jealousy, self-centeredness ("she cant do it as good as me"), and a strong dislike of men and todays culture. She is not claiming to be a yogi and doesn't mention anything about it being her path to her spiritually. It's like saying someone who goes to the gym and lifts weights is doing it to become a bodybuilder. It seems she takes it pretty seriously and probably spent some time practicing or she wouldn't be able to move from pose to pose so easy. That's not saying she is doing it perfectly but again I don't think she is claiming to. The fact that she is a Playboy model on a video produced by Playboy is probably different than one with a yoga instructor that would be produced by Yoga Journal. I think those that are comparing her to some yogi or a professional yoga teacher are missing the point. The idea that she is doing yoga and exposing it to an audience who may of never experienced it, is a good thing. Maybe all of the feminists and man bashers might not be so threatened if the model was fat and ugly with harry legs and a big old harry bush, but I think they would find other things to complain about. For people who claim to be grounded and spiritual, there sure is a lot of hate being spewed!

anonymous Jan 31, 2014 3:09am

Sandra N I do bethink seeing about a year ago that a filmmaker was acid footage of "naked yoga" application absolute Ashtangi women and he filmed them in fact accomplishing their convenance (which was absolutely impressive). no annotation (at the time) and I anticipate he advised for the final artefact to be apparent at blur festivals. don't bethink his name.

Sandra N and I don't anticipate they baldheaded their crotches!

anonymous Jan 10, 2014 8:24pm

I'm confused. She kept saying left leg when she was clearly using her right leg. Or maybe I should have watched it backwards? Not sure why yoga needs to be done naked but if you got it flaunt it I guess. Could have used better instruction, clear focus on alignment and contraindications etc…and o yea, less crotch shots please.

anonymous Nov 25, 2013 11:58pm

less video watching more practise. Yoga is not just about the work out. As a matter of facts we say " we practise" yoga. I truly respect all the gurus and the yogis who spent their lives for this. And we should be very aware that a real good practise works in our bodies. I am not sure that this is yoga. I would say that this is a good work out inspired by yoga.

anonymous Nov 16, 2013 4:24pm

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anonymous Oct 15, 2013 12:25pm

"Pornography is the undiluted essence of anti-female propaganda."
– Susan Brownmiller
This article does not address the objectification of women. Playboy and pornography is not 'fun'. It is formulaically telling women to please men at any expense and encouraging men to see women as objects to be used and abused instead of a human being to connect with. This is not in alignment with yogic principles.

    anonymous Feb 18, 2014 6:16pm

    I think you would have a hard time trying to equate this video to "pornography" or even Playboy Magazine for that matter. It is a video of a woman doing yoga in the nude, nothing more nothing less. YOU are adding your own ideas about "the objectification of women", I watched the same video you did and came away with none of those feelings. Humans are "meaning making machines", something happens and WE make it mean something! YOU saw a video, and YOU made it mean "objectification of women". YOU added meaning to what was ONLY a woman doing yoga without her clothes on.

anonymous Oct 9, 2013 9:10pm

The soul of yoga will never die, regardless of how many sheaths try to smother it's light.

You can't hide a call from the Heart.

anonymous Sep 26, 2013 3:45pm

Hate to be so blunt about it but no, no it doesn't. It's just a naked chick riding a bandwagon. I turned it on expecting to be titillated and I was bored within a minute or so.

anonymous Sep 13, 2013 8:54pm

Whatever you think this is why men are totally delusional!! I have 5 children and don't look anything at all like this!! I am saggy and loose skin with stretchmarks and would love to look like this but unless I could rewind to 17 that is so not happening. But I am sure most men expect all women to look like this naked especially if they do yoga. I will never look like this even with thousands spent on plastic surgery but an a good person, smart and just as flexible and good at my yoga practice as Sarah. So please stop promoting this and show real women (with clothes) to encourage yoga practice and healthy living. This just makes us normal women want to slit our wrists!!!

anonymous Sep 12, 2013 3:27am

Traditional yogis might be offended, especially those with prudish attitudes towards anything evoking sex.
Practicing in the nude is a personal choice and can feel liberating.
Let's remember many sadhus in India walk around naked and covered in ashes.
What is bothersome is not that a beautiful woman is practicing in the nude, but rather that a magazine that aims at manipulating men with sex like Playboy is always objectifying women and now even through the ancient practices of yoga.
Yoga is about connecting with our inner essence and bringing a balance between body and mind, not about selling adult magazines.
Playboy is probably losing a share of followers and decided to get creative and try to turn something that is usually identified as a more spiritual practice into something else.
Sorry for the loser followers of Playboy who instead of focusing on improving themselves as human beings salivate at naked "perfect" women they will probably never get.

anonymous Sep 7, 2013 1:55am

i don't really give a rat's ass that she's doing it naked – but i do find it interesting that in the bit that i watched she never once mentioned the breath – there was no "I inhale as i do this, i exhale as i do this" (i only watched about a minute admittedly, so if anyone wants to call me on this, be my guest!). The first person narrative was a little weird, but it was the lack of breath connection that made me question whether this is yoga – not the fact that she had no clothes on.

anonymous Aug 15, 2013 2:57am

Its not yoga. Simple as. I can't even be bothered to spend the next 20 minutes articulating the point. You think this is yoga, show it to a Swami, Yogi or experienced teacher in India and ask them what they think. In fact, show it to just about anyone in India and ask them if its yoga. The culture of accepting and embracing everything as yoga is based on the commercialisation and commodification of a practice that has now become a product worth billions dollars. I would say this video has more to do with making money than offering authentic yoga teachings to the community.
Keep it real. Hari OM
James
Ps: how are we ever going to get more men into (practising) yoga with videos like this coming out?

anonymous Aug 9, 2013 5:28pm

I'm concerned for her knees and her spine! See how her knee extends beyond her ankle in warrior pose? This is not ideal for the joint! And her spine is WAY too extended, very noticeable in tree pose. This little lady needs to learn proper mechanics and how to brace her spine!!

anonymous Jul 14, 2013 4:45am

Well at least it tests one's attachments and desires if a practicing yogi http://kevollier.com/category/yoga-2/

anonymous May 18, 2013 4:41am

She has a beautiful body and watching this was like watching art, like watching a Renaissance statue in motion. I don't understand why in this day and age even supposedly "enlightened" people still equate nudity with sex. I think we've actually gone backwards in this respect.

Oh, and I can't wait until the fashion of "shaving it all" reverses. Although, in this case, it did contribute to the statue effect.

anonymous May 18, 2013 12:21am

I second-guessed watching it, feeling gross at my voyeurism; then I masturbated through some of it, turned away from some of it, then continued to watch and grapple with:

She's really beautiful
It's okay for her to be beautiful, in the way she is
It's okay for me to enjoy watching this for a variety of reasons
Why do I like watching beautiful, nude bodies?
Why wouldn't I like watching beautiful, nude bodies?
Can I appreciate her body, get off on her body, be interested in what she's doing regardless of her nudity, because of it, and in spite of it? Can i take this for what it is, and for all the things it is for me, and accept and be okay with that?

    anonymous Nov 23, 2013 9:22am

    I think it it absolutely fine to look at it just in that way…

anonymous May 13, 2013 9:50pm

this would be a much more powerful video if it was a normal woman's physique. This just feels like another road leading away from what the yoga path really is, and another video to make women feel bad about themselves and strive for the "perfect body" instead of striving for acceptance of themselves.

Im not attacking or blaming her or anyone, Im sure the intent was never to make anyone uncomfortable or upset, I just feel that we are straying very far away from the purpose of yoga, to find peace within.

anonymous May 12, 2013 9:55am

I practice Yoga and find this to be nothing more than a beautiful woman being showcased by Playboy. It inspired me to try it at home and its actually pretty awesome. Anyone who has a problem with this either has serious insecurities or is part of some alien race from another planet that doesn’t find beautiful naked women attractive. On a side note, I think women are beautiful just the way they were created, no need for surgery here so I am bummed she did it.

anonymous May 12, 2013 12:34am

LOVED!

anonymous May 8, 2013 6:53am

First of all: I have no problem with nudity. At all. But this was kind of creepy. The cheesy music. The lingering shots of breasts and buttocks screamed 'male gaze'. This was objectification of female body disguised as a "yoga" video. No, thanks.

anonymous May 5, 2013 4:51pm

Boring!!!

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anonymous Apr 28, 2013 11:21pm

OMG… IS THIS A JOKE??? I mean I don't mind if certain individuals want to do naked yoga by themselves in the privacy of their home… But marketing it as a yoga concept or style is really a degrading of yoga.
Regards from a yoga teacher

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anonymous Apr 13, 2013 1:55am

It's called playboy yoga for a reason. It's more about promoting playboy, not yoga. The video has a mostly negetive effect on both men and women. I read all of the comments then I saw the video. Please do not mix yoga with playboy.

anonymous Apr 12, 2013 7:16pm

Very very nice, but do you know your left from right?

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anonymous Mar 25, 2013 6:08pm

Checkout what this release did to the Indian community when it was published, see: http://www.vitalitylink.com/tutorial-Yoga-969-Yog
scroll down to the section called:

"The Popularity of Nude or Naked Yoga"

anonymous Mar 22, 2013 2:37am

I have NEVER seen so many jealous women at one time. Sarah is one of the hottest chicks alive she was one of the hottest chicks alive before she had any kind of surgery and she is one of the hottest chicks alive with the surgery. And did this woman really tell sarah to get a life LOL. Can you say JEALOUS? She only got playmate of the year. And i thought she did a good job she was calm she had a good natural form and she explained herself very well. So stop trying your best to think of anything and everything to dog on her about. Its just pathetic. Its not her fault she was born an angel and yall wer born looking like a dam reject. Stop with the jealous pitiful ass remarks. DID I MENTION THAT SARAH IS SOOOO HOT IN EVERY WAY POSSIBLE??

    anonymous Aug 21, 2013 11:48pm

    Its okay to be jealous 😀

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anonymous Mar 7, 2013 10:07am

It is an odd position to be in to revere the beauty of the body while at the same time saying that it is 'dirty'. Focus less on the model and more on what occurs within one's mind in watching it.

anonymous Mar 7, 2013 7:33am

how does this have so many more views than “Your Ugly Vagina is Normal and Gorgeous?” Shocking. ha!

I was surprised by how hard it is (no pun intended) to become aroused by a beautiful naked woman doing yoga (or anything not bedroom-related). Not that into it… now i gotta go check it out some more

anonymous Mar 7, 2013 5:15am

oh, and as an EJ reader, I certainly wouldn't mind if the more elitist and judgmental elements were to go away. even Yoga must be subject to Viveka and Vairagya. even Yoga must be a source of humor. if this kind of thing would bother you enough to leave, then perhaps you are taking your own beliefs, your own preferences, and your own tolerances, a little too seriously.

    anonymous Apr 30, 2013 9:55pm

    Loved your comment(s), Michael. On the one hand, I could relate to the people who wre outraged; on the other hand, I thought to myself: what would the Dalai Lama (or Buddha, even) say about this video. Of all the comments I read, I felt yours were the ones that most reflected Wisdom. Just doesn't feel right to hate, ya know? Does this video "successfully" promote sexploitation? I don't think so. I can definitely imagine several viewers coming to this video for prurient interests, and leaving (at least eventually) with an evolved consciousness.
    So often I read comments about learning to "love our bodies" along w/comments from people who become enraged at "pretty" or "sexy" people. Heck, they're people, too, and usually can't help being attractive. Beauty of physical form does indeed exist in the natural world. Jealousy, envy — not enlightened poses.

    anonymous May 16, 2013 4:14am

    Amen!

anonymous Mar 7, 2013 4:12am

personally, as a yoga teacher, I found myself paying very little attention to her nudity. heck, I do asana generally in the buff. what I kept wanting to do was give her adjustments…more mobility in the sacrum for the forward bends, general repositioning during the warrior sequence, and so on. I found myself also wanting to bring some order to the sequence of poses as well. she's beautiful, and it would be great if this brings even one person to yoga.

to all the people who are finding fault…perhaps direct that impulse inwards and you may discover why this makes you feel uncomfortable. perversion of yoga? how can the practice, being ultimately neutral, be perverted? sexualization? if something does not sexually stimulate me, I have to assume that it is sexually neutral, in which case, perhaps it is you, the viewer that is bringing sexualization into it via your way of looking.

    anonymous May 16, 2013 4:14am

    Agree. The comments read like the display of mind in meditation, when confronted with something taboo, boring, off-putting or confusing. It just is what it is, which isn't much, either way.

    anonymous Sep 26, 2013 3:43am

    yes of course, thats why its a PLAYBOY yoga video, its sexually neutral, and its the viewer – duh !

anonymous Mar 7, 2013 4:05am

heh… a lot of pessimists in here. i enjoyed the video even before it was done if you know what I mean-

But on a serious note, a quarter of these stretches are used in the insanity workout, and i have to say its feels good before stomping out 25 minutes of cardio! I can see how people could be put off by cheesiness of the music, the narration, and the angles, but It didn't deter me from seeing stretches that I can use in my routines.

anonymous Feb 20, 2013 1:47pm

She looks nice, obviously the camera guy wasn't gearing this towards a serious yoga video, but we all can see that. My big concerns are that her foot looked like it was a bit too far in on the warrior poses and so many with the knee bent in a row? Maybe I'm just weak but that didn't look fun, my knees wouldn't be able to do that, and so many back bends without recovering forward bends? I adore back bends, but after camel I definitely need to recover.

anonymous Feb 12, 2013 8:15am

Interesting that the focus of comments is on her

Nudity or fake body parts but no one commented on

Her lack of knowledge or ability to do the poses correctly

What I saw is someone putting out there incorrectly done poses

That if done over a long period will cause injuries.

If she doesn’t have low back pain already she will in the future. Maybe even knee problems. Oh also neck issues Shoulder stand w o

Support can do that. In ur own privacy do what u want but

But publicly displaying postures like this will create more bad press

For classical yoga.

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anonymous Jan 26, 2013 10:32pm

The female form is awesome and has been worshipped since Eve and the Virgin Mary. Sara appears as the goddess, a moving Boccaccio portrait in naked splendor, a stark contrast to the seductive poses of Lady Gaga. Both have their place. Sara shows us the power of Sachidanada, and Beauty, Truth, and Goodness. Gaga represents the biological imperative. As a man, this is what keeps me inspired.

    anonymous Jul 2, 2013 12:25am

    sat chit ananda ? existence consciousness bliss… hmmm… maybe the grecian archetypal body for me, but the tan, electrocuted hair, shaved pubes… hmmm nope that does nothing for me. i can appreciate beauty, but that does not connect me no more or no less to the spiritual if it's a human body bc it is a lustful experience which to me has no part in the yoga i have learned. alhough i can understand the peak of bliss of orgasm as associated with nirvana. I just don't think Patanjali delved into transformation and connection to purusha via copulation if that makes sense. i am not versed with much tantra so that is my small perception

anonymous Jan 25, 2013 1:32am

What is the purpose of being naked? She did nothing that can't be done with clothes on.

    anonymous Aug 7, 2013 12:03am

    What is the purpose of being clothed? We do nothing that can't be done while wearing our birthday suit.

anonymous Jan 22, 2013 5:33am

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anonymous Jan 16, 2013 1:03pm

I felt quite sorry watching this, the music was trying not to sound like cheap porn the moves and camera angles trying to be tasteful but on the cobra showing a close up of her breasts.I found the nudity neutral the make up and lip gloss gave the whole think that fake vibe.It was all a bit creepy and nothing about the inner journey, I did feel her voice had a really odd vibe to it, as if she is so used to selling herself she doesnt even realize what she is doing, but trying to do something for her spiritual nurturing, very typical of the times we live in where fake glossy narcissism can be called spiritual practise, ive been living in India for 3 years now m from UK and the amount of people ive met who claim to be enlightened and are deeply corrupt is becoming a joke!

anonymous Jan 10, 2013 9:39am

I have to agree with some people that this is not a good way to promote yoga. Especially after reading how much work this woman has had done. After I watched this film I have been contemplating getting breast implants, to the point of endless hours of research for the perfect surgeon. It is sad that this is promoted by a reputable yoga source. To me yoga is about being comfortable with your body, along with other things, and loving yourself for what you are. I do find this video distasteful because of what it promotes. I am disappointed in how I let myself feel about my body after watching this video and then how far I have taken this augmentation process. I understand that maybe elephant journal wanted to show yogis what is out there and keep us informed. I suppose it is our job to view this type of material and stay comfortable within our own bodies.

    anonymous Aug 21, 2013 11:40pm

    Heather I think you make an important point. I also watched the video for a couple of minutes before I rushed to the comment section, which is what I am really interested in. My immediate question was, "How does this video affect the yoga community?" Until I read your comment, I forgot the question, "How does this video affect me?" I am one who attempts to live in awareness. When I saw this video, I was kind of spacing out. However, I noticed my thoughts were almost entirely judgement based. I even clicked on the article thinking "What will this incite?" I went on to judge her thinness, her boobs, her stomach, her butt, her tan butt. I was eyeing her yoga practice, thinking that she could benefit from a teacher reminding her to root the outside edge of her back foot in warrior II and to keep her knee over her ankle to protect her joint. Then I noticed comparisons rising in my mind….my stomach does not look like that… I am not that thin… Then, feelings… I feel sad that I am not that thin. I hate to admit that there is still life in the self concept that thin is tied to worth for me. I believe that the thin = worth paradigm does come from, and is fed by, the people who create and consume the type of message that this video offers. I include myself in this group of people. I feel sad that this is a playboy worthy situation. I feel sad that I still tie self worth to thinness. I want to do my part to change this paradigm. The reason I read elephant journal is because EJ tends to bring us into a conversation about what enlightened society looks like. So, what I come away with is a recommitment to become aware of when and where I allow myself to be ignorant of my own thoughts and feelings. I come away with a recommitment to strengthening the consumption of what I find to be yoga, sex, and beauty through my own experience, and not a cultural lens.

anonymous Jan 8, 2013 9:38am

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anonymous Jan 7, 2013 9:52pm

Has anyone noticed that she seems to have everything backwards? Whenever she says “left arm,” “right arm,” etc..she actually uses the opposite appendage? is the video shot in a mirror, or does she truly not know her right from her left?

    anonymous May 16, 2013 4:16am

    See above: I think video may be flipped at points?

    anonymous Oct 22, 2013 3:13pm

    Yoga instructors typically do the reflection of what they say. They are used to facing a class and it is much easier to follow that way.

    anonymous Jan 10, 2014 8:25pm

    yes, should have read you comment before I just posted mine!

anonymous Jan 1, 2013 5:58pm

She is a lovely physical specimen, but the shaved pubes and here little girl voice spell p-e-d-o-p-h-i-l-e. Simple truth. Very little yoga going on here.

    anonymous Jul 20, 2014 1:10pm

    Incorrect. That's her normal voice. Women naturally have higher voices than men… as a woman, I'm sure you know this. And there's nothing p-e-d-o-p-h-i-l-e about shaved pubes. A lot of women find that it enhances their own pleasure.

    Maybe it's spelling it in YOUR mind…. but no. Overall, none of those things spell that. Your perception of reality is simply that – your perception.

    anonymous Oct 10, 2014 2:07pm

    that is not the purpose of shaved pubes. shaved pubes are for enhancing sexual pleasure. when the man also shaves and those parts move together, the absence of hair is electrifying. you have a connection to your partner that you never had before.

    anonymous Dec 23, 2014 9:14pm

    old maid!

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anonymous Jan 1, 2013 12:42am

Maybe I am watching and listening too closely, but does she have left and right mixed up? During the Warrior poses she clearly is working her right side, but states my left arm, left leg, etc…

    anonymous May 16, 2013 4:15am

    The video may be flipped? Honestly, after a few minutes, it's hard to watch…kinda boring, as many folks have mentioned. No bid deal.

anonymous Dec 30, 2012 7:00am

Has everyone above forgotten that she is a paid actress and model working for an adult entertainment company? She obviously does some form of yoga for fitness, or she wouldnt be able to do the poses so easily, but she is no yogi guru. This is the nude version of the same video she does clothed. Its marketing, thats all. It really isnt very sexy – the cameraman needed to focus on her breasts to remind you you are watching a Playboy video. As for me, I like doing yoga nude (and I am male). I do it clothed too, but without them just makes focusing on my body easier.

anonymous Dec 28, 2012 5:43pm

Sara is a Godess and yoga is for everyone! Please people. Xoxo

anonymous Dec 23, 2012 5:13pm

She is pretty. I never liked the tan look – rather pretty natural coloring. I love the naked form – male and female. I don't see just the sexual – I see anatomy and beauty. I think it is all rather harmless and her poses aren't that bad. Lighten up.

anonymous Dec 12, 2012 6:35pm

um..why is she explaining the whole thing in first person?? it is just weird.
I recommend hitting the mute button for this one…

    anonymous Jul 20, 2014 1:06pm

    Probably because the majority of people who will be watching this are unaccustomed to the workings of Yoga. She's potentially guiding them through it, without saying, "Hey! You! Do yoga!!"

    And also her describing what she's feeling in her body can help people (first timers) understand that they're doing the pose correctly. If they do the pose, and they feel stretching/opening/whatnot, and they don't fully understand it, they might think, "Is this right?"

    Thus.. not necessarily weird. Just not for you (if you have previous yoga experience). Think in terms of someone that has never stepped onto a yoga mat, what it'd be like to get some instructions 🙂

anonymous Dec 7, 2012 9:27pm

Tempted. Curious. But then, I think, “curiosity killed the cat”. Pass. Until or unless curiosity starts bossing me around.

anonymous Dec 7, 2012 3:41pm

OBJECTIFICATION OF WOMEN AS YOGA ENTHUSIASISTS – this is obviously ALL the video is about. How many times do we women get a creep look when we mention that we are yoga lovers to any men? I do not do yoga to satisfy men. Honestly, I don't do anything to satisfy men, although our culture is constantly telling me that the whole point of my existence is to make men feel satisfied. This is horrid and I am appalled. Yoga in our society has become one more thing that women do that is trivilalized and sexualized, making it even more difficult for us to forge our own identities and practices outside of the insane beauty ideals ever present in our world. LEAVE US AND OUR YOGA ALONE!

    anonymous Jan 3, 2013 6:53pm

    The second you say to a guy that you do yoga, he will think of you better and more likely be attracted to you. And you find this bad? Are you a lesbian or a forever alone type? Human nature. What are you gonna say next? Sex should only take place for reproduction purposes? It's not about being pervy, it's just a turn on. Just like telling a girl you are rich will get her wet.

      anonymous Apr 4, 2013 2:49pm

      YUK! Go back to your TV, Kristo.

      anonymous May 29, 2014 9:18pm

      I don't get turned on by rich men, why do men always think this? I know very few women who care what income a man is on. This isn't the 1950s anymore.

    anonymous Apr 21, 2013 1:40pm

    The reactions to your reaction are interesting. You voicing your concerns that this is taking something beautiful and pure (yoga) and perverting are true — I think ultimately in an evolved world (some European countries:) this form of yoga can take place without the teenage mind set of everyone getting a hard-on. But this video and the way is produced I don't think can provide anyone from actually getting benefit from the yoga: it's a joke. I do think you are wrong in the yoga has become one more thing the is trivialized. Yoga is much stronger then this little video. To me it's novelty, not power, and those that seek this type of novelty are living in a much lower form then many others are (thankfully)…

    anonymous Jul 2, 2013 12:13am

    don't worry yogifeminist…. the true essence of yoga will forever remain along with all of Patanjali's Sutras and it's awesome miracles. the few loser men who feel the need to ogle over breasts are likely sexually deprived, fat and ugly and definitely will not deter the true essence of yoga. while i find the shape of the woman lovely (as a" feminist celibate lesbian" though labels are for t-shirts…just saying i am not a man) i don't particularly like forced tans,fake tans,fake hair color nor shaved pubes…not saying i like hairy, but if she were more natural in accepting her appearance and the video included a separate yoga sequence w a guy in it then maybe it would be more egalitarian and less sexist. we definitely have a problem in our culture of 2 things: women being objectified compared to men and some old ugly sick men who thankfully are with time making a smaller minority and perhaps the occassional inmature A hole man of any age who was raised without proper values. it's the era of aquarius and the feminine energy is coming back, balancing out the patriarchal overly out of control war monger dysfunction that exists…in each of us male or female we carry elements or characteristics of both genders. and the male gender has been out of control needing recalibrating since 5000 years at least.

    anonymous Feb 19, 2014 6:44pm

    Yogifeminist, speaking for culture, your "existence is to make men feel satisfied" is a total bunch of B.S. This seems to be the comment of someone who has an OVER INFLATED sense of SELF! You are not that important. Get over yourself. Your other comment about "I don't do anything to satisfy men" only makes you seem like a man hating, bitter, and lonely person. Your comments and thoughts do not seem to be the kind of things that would come from ANY kind of yogi.

    anonymous May 16, 2014 11:47pm

    Wow. Lighten up. It's only naked Yoga. Quite honestly I used to think Yoga was stupid but after seeing Sarah do it I might give it a try. Of course I'll make sure no women can see me. The last thing I want to do is trivialize or sexualize it.

    anonymous Oct 10, 2014 2:01pm

    "I don't do anything to satisfy men"
    Great attitude there. Meanwhile the 99/100 good men out there who don't mind doing things to satisfy women will skip you right by because of your misandry. If you want your half of the wheel to be loved you have to love the other half. You are truly going to reap what you sow if all you sow is ill-will. I'm not saying nothing bad has every happened to you. What I'm saying is bad things happen to good people otherwise bad people would have an excuse.
    You have some serious hangups. Culture is not telling you that your one and only purpose in life is to satisfy men. You have adopted a victim mindset and you attack anything that threatens you because you are incapable of seeing any other viewpoint.

anonymous Dec 4, 2012 12:24pm

Lots of naive comments above…

Most guys, when they watch this video, are probably staring at her gorgeous breasts and wondering what it would be like to have sex with such a beautiful young girl. I know I was. I think I'll get back now to a real Yoga-spiritual practice that actually works. I'm going to go chant the Divine Names!

    anonymous Dec 8, 2012 2:58pm

    Edit: Her gorgeous FAKE breasts….

      anonymous Dec 15, 2012 9:49pm

      Yoga Bitch, why are you being so bitter towards Sara? She is a beautiful women.

    anonymous Dec 21, 2012 2:31am

    Nice duality, Auki!

anonymous Dec 4, 2012 5:31am

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anonymous Dec 3, 2012 11:33am

I don't know why anyone would take issue with this. She's just doing her thing. Personally, I would love to practice yoga naked and think I might do so when I get home, I'm kind of inspired! I also find that watching her doing the poses without clothing makes it easier for me to understand how to get into them myself.

    anonymous Dec 8, 2012 3:08pm

    Kris, I'll tell you why I take issue with it — it's because this imagery of a completely FAKE looking woman (she's had a nose job, boob job, lip job and cheek augmentation, all admitted to publicly) is used to further promote this unrealistic ideal of beauty that exists in our culture, and NOW they're using yoga as a platform for doing so. I find it disgusting as a woman. And it's not because I feel discriminated against because I'm unattractive and think it's unfair. In fact, I can admit that my own looks have given me somewhat of an advantage in life. But, I hate that we even live in a world where that is the case! And I don't have a problem with plastic surgery, necessarily. What I do have a problem with though, is the subtle oppression and domination of women through media and culture, sending the message that our very purpose in life is to please men. This video is gross, and the underlying intention behind it has absolutely NOTHING to do with yoga. And her voice it utterly annoying to top it all off. 🙂

      anonymous Dec 15, 2012 9:43pm

      Yoga Bitch she did this video before she had all the work done.

    anonymous Jan 27, 2014 2:18pm

    Her alignment is pretty off in many of these poses, it was really the only thing I could watch so I would be careful using it as a guide for correct postures. But get on with your sensuality girl! Channel that Shakti!

    anonymous Mar 22, 2014 3:39pm

    Thanks Kris, i totally agree with you. I find that a naked instructor helps a lot when it comes to properly understanding many poses as well as moving from one pose to the next. I wish there were naked yoga classes locally in my city.

anonymous Dec 3, 2012 9:10am

Beautiful soul moving her body. No judging.

anonymous Dec 1, 2012 9:52pm

It just made me want to do my practice. I felt nothing sexual from this video. Ironically I was kind of hoping to though!

    anonymous Oct 10, 2014 1:50pm

    I agree. I was not really sexually aroused by the vid unless I allowed my mind to go that direction. There was nothing directly sexual in the video at all I was simply admiring her beauty. I think they did a good job here with body as art.

anonymous Dec 1, 2012 10:14am

Here, lots more with Sara Underwood… http://www.g4tv.com/attackoftheshow/thefeed

anonymous Dec 1, 2012 10:09am

Fascinating, had no clue… For years Sara's been hosting The Feed segment on G4's Attack of the Show , where Olivia Munn honed her chops. Sadly AOTS is being cancelled. Esquire or GQ, not sure, is taking over the network and changing the format.

anonymous Dec 1, 2012 8:10am

What is the significance of the shaved pussy? Is it some kind of samaya commitment?

    anonymous Dec 3, 2012 2:20pm

    hahahah awesome.

    anonymous Jul 1, 2013 11:50pm

    i had same question… am not familiar w the term 'samaya' if anything instead of a tan also…powdered up like a female sadhu with all hair dreadlocked including the nethe-regions. i don't know what is all the obsession about the zooming in on the breasts. in europe ppl go to the beach topless. and in some cultures the nakedness is common, such as the japanese onsen. of course genders are separated. it would have been nice to see a man video too just to not objectify neither sex, as in "ok we saw both and their naughty bits..even steven" but oh well. just saying for the straight women out there. i don't care bc i like women and i am a woman.

      anonymous Oct 10, 2014 1:48pm

      nobody is forcing a straight woman to watch this video. if straight women want to see a naked man doing yoga then they can go ahead and make that video. it's not rocket science.

anonymous Nov 30, 2012 11:42pm

Clearly, that doesn’t take balls at all.

anonymous Nov 30, 2012 11:41pm

Sara Underwood is absolutely beautiful!

    anonymous Dec 8, 2012 3:03pm

    Of course she is…she is the work of art of a team of very talented plastic surgeons who should be getting full credit for her appearance. She's basically a human mannequin. It's so disturbing that THIS is what we find beautiful in our culture!

    (She's had a nose job, lip augmentation, cheek augmentation, and breast implants, just fyi…and those are just the procedures that she's admitted to publicly).

      anonymous Dec 10, 2012 11:43am

      I think this video was before she got the boob job. This video was back in her amateur playboy days. Since then, she's gotten bigger, rounder implanted boobs.

      anonymous Oct 10, 2014 1:46pm

      The kicker is that on the inside she's still ten times more attractive than you and I think that's what REALLY has you upset. Lose your hater attitude and your life will be much more rewarding. Both spiritually AND socially. When you can see someone be who they want to be as long as it's not hurting anyone else and not be angry then you will have a level of inner peace you never knew before.

elephant journal Nov 30, 2012 10:56pm

Comments, debate, discussion from my page: facebook.com/waylonhlewis and our main page on Facebook:

Lori W
What is with all the naked yoga stuff lately?? And if we’re going to be very Yogi about it…where are the men doing naked yoga? Yeah…we don’t want to see that either 😉

Sandra N is it really yoga if the intent is to titillate?

Lori W
Seriously though…what is with all the naked yoga stuff on elephant lately???

Sandra N naked sadhus shed their clothing to let go of mundane life, not to get “chicks”.

Waylon Lewis Lori, out of 300 recent articles, I’d love for you to fine two “naked yoga” articles. Challenge accepted? Often, seriously, it’s just what folks tend to see and notice and remember.

Waylon Lewis Sandra, amen, read my commentary!

Waylon Lewis Top image I’d like to note on pinterest, a largely female-read site: http://pinterest.com/pin/83316661828066018/
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Channing Tatum…YOWZA!!

Sandra N as long as I don’t have to watch the video!

Waylon Lewis Sandra, that’s what I find really interesting…that question. I talk about it…would love to see your comment. And the video’s frankly not that titillating, kinda boring, not great (not horrible, either) yoga…it’s more the issues raised that’s fascinating.

Sandra N well, I did watch part of it – it IS boring, she’s often out of alignment, she doesn’t seem to understand what she’s doing. at least she looks good doing it but I wouldn’t call it yoga. especially with the camera’s focus on her tits, her shaved crotch, etc. Playboy is merely jumping on the yoga bandwagon, the men who ogle this video will probably not practice or take a “real” class…

Sandra N I do remember seeing about a year ago that a filmmaker was cutting footage of “naked yoga” using real Ashtangi women and he filmed them actually doing their practice (which was quite impressive). no voice-over (at the time) and I think he intended for the final product to be shown at film festivals. don’t remember his name.

Sandra N and I don’t think they shaved their crotches!

Waylon Lewis I don’t think it’s frankly very ogle-able…I didn’t think the yoga was horrible, but the instruction was too limited, the alignment as you said off sometimes…it’s…weird. A weird mishmash of sexy and yoga that isn’t much of either.

Waylon Lewis Lori, if you blog for us, then walk your talk! Send us some scales-balancing posts! I’m not much for blogging naked men, though I’ve done it!

Julie Y Wow, interesting.

Laura Kay hating on this is sooo, well 2007. stop judging and move on.

Darren Boman What, no Lu Lu Lemon….! 🙂

Stephanie L nudity takes away from the message.

Janis Wilson Yoga while nude is grounding, peaceful, liberating, connective, and more. The more it’s seen and talked about the less shock, awe, and drool there is.

Melanie Green why is this rated “Adults Only” ? It’s not pornographic or even erotic. It’s very natural ( apart from the breasts!)

Melissa Richard oh come off it. Yoga is just as grounding with clothes on. This is complete BS. Yoga it the opposite of needing attention. Everything has to be about sexuality today. Gross.

Alicia C Love this. Only heat is self generated!

elephantjournal.com Melissa Richard, Melanie Green, not sure if you’re commenting to me? No one’s hating anything. I love the conversation. I’m not condemning her or this video. I don’t think, as Melanie says, it’s that erotic. As a responsible blogger/sharer I do need to label this “adult” or age-restricted. Janis Wilson, amen! Laura Kay…totally, dude, soooo 2007!

    anonymous Mar 26, 2014 3:17am

    yoga's all about what's going on inside right? so why is it an afront to see a naked form practising? Although I would like to see an older more practised form. Maybe its not the nakedness or the beauty but the ownership trying to cash in on ancient wisdom to make a fast buck that rankles (someone did mention LuluLemon in another post – however I do wear their pants as I write this), but this wisdom does belong to everyone so why shouldn't we practise how we like?

anonymous Nov 30, 2012 9:03pm

she's a beautiful expression of a human being. I don't find the video erotic or pervy at all. Just very natural. If I had plastic unmoving breasts I'd practice naked more often myself too.

    anonymous Dec 2, 2012 7:45pm

    Yes indeed. She has a great body, there was absolutely no need whatsoever for her to get fake tiggs. Her real ones were great. Personally, I love naked yoga, it requires just a bit more care in certain positions. I once stepped on my sack exiting crow.

      anonymous Dec 3, 2012 6:51pm

      sorry for your pain but that made me chuckle… for a while…

      anonymous Sep 12, 2013 10:53pm

      LOL!!!

    anonymous Dec 3, 2012 9:46pm

    Why let moving breasts stop you?

    anonymous Sep 14, 2013 2:58am

    If you call no hair on a vulva natural

      anonymous Feb 2, 2014 10:10am

      why is removing hair on your legs, armpits, and/or face seen as acceptable but the vulva is not?

    anonymous Sep 26, 2013 5:26am

    Those honestly look like real breasts to me, but what do I know?

      anonymous Dec 28, 2014 1:52am

      That's a very astute observation.
      This video is before she had her boobs enlarged,,, I think she looks much better in her 'before' videos.

anonymous Nov 30, 2012 8:48pm

she seems to be enjoying the flow,fact that she practices asanas is great for her health,total well being and how she chooses to do is entirely up to her and if someone will pick up yoga because they saw this clip even better

anonymous Nov 30, 2012 7:12pm

Like we say in our brave new world, hooray, it's "all yoga!"

anonymous Dec 21, 2012 2:31am

Keep it respectful, please.

anonymous Jan 28, 2013 7:04pm

I find "Yoga Bitch" is fighting for a world free of sexualixed, trivial images that incite but not inspire and I agree with her! If you think that disliking this video has anything to do with jealousy and bitterness, you should re-evaluate your principles. I have a very hard time understanding how this video even made it on here and I hope it's a study of human reaction and behaviour. I've read other "adult" pieces on here and they are so full of passion and feeling, so real. This is plain and artifical.

anonymous Jan 6, 2013 4:33pm

Marta berry.. STFU. Sara Jean is the most beautiful woman to grace this planet and you’re just talking crap because you must wear clothes to do yoga because you don’t look an eighth as good as she does. Your husband would leave your ass in a heartbeat for her

anonymous Feb 25, 2013 5:00pm

marta …. of course you would be naked but why would a dumb cow be on the beach of the mediterranean?… makes no sence, its not you're natural habitat unless there are cow farms just off the mediterranean coast… sara is beautiful she can do whatever she wants …. dont like it then stfu….

anonymous Feb 25, 2013 5:01pm

word