Story and video from SWNS A yoga instructor was left in hysterics while an online class she was taking was rudely interrupted by her dog. Jayne Hobson, 46, was making a video for her students rom her home in Crowborough, East Sussex, when she
This woman was being filmed doing yoga in her back garden when her dog decided it was time to get frisky. Her attempt at the downward dog position was given a whole new meaning when the pesky pooch jumped up on its hind legs and started thrusting
At 51 years old, the actress says she's in "best shape of her life," and that's thanks to working out five times a week and sticking to a ketogenic diet.
“I swear it works, as silly as you may feel,” the royal-to-be recently said of the practice. “On days I do it, my cheekbones and jawline are waaay more sculpted.”
A low libido is a common thing. Between stressful jobs, money worries, higher levels of anxiety and depression and being constantly connected (who can think about a 69 when you’ve got 6,900 Instagram followers to maintain?), it’s understandable why we might be suffering from low libidos. Some people reckon yoga can make a difference.
You’ve finally decided that once the new year begins, you’re going to join the lycra-clad women and men trying to do the same thing as you: get fit.
The benefits of yoga are constantly touted by fitness gurus and scientific researchers alike: practicing yoga has been linked to reducing stress, boosting flexibility, an even helping with back pain. For a lot of people, yoga's reputation as an elite club for the effortlessly bendy and hopelessly Zen keeps them from ever trying a class. "The yoga you see in [certain] magazines aren’t the reality of 95% of the people practicing yoga," Andrew Tanner, chief ambassador for Yoga Alliance, tells Refinery29.
For any woman that’s been made to feel smaller by a man (or woman), Instagram influencer Sjana Earp has an important message for you. Earp, who has 1.2 million followers, recently penned a post about female empowerment - and it’s rung true to tens of thousands of women. Writing for anyone that’s ever felt “belittled” or “made to feel insignificant” by a man or woman, Earp recalled a poem by Michael E. Reid which urges women not to compromise themselves for the sake of others.
For many mums-to-be pregnancy yoga is a gentle way to exercise and get in some precious bonding time with your baby. Carlee Benear, 29, from Texas, who is mum to Milam, five, Cale, two, and Maramaylee, five weeks, first developed a love of yoga after gaining weight during her first and second pregnancies. Taking to her Instagram account to share gravity-defying poses with her tiny baby latched to her breast, Carlee’s followers have been quick to express their awe at the mum’s multi-tasking abilities.
Once upon a time, we discovered yoga. Then we found out about bikram yoga, restorative yoga, then yin yoga… You get the picture. No, it doesn’t consist of teaching goats how to do the warrior pose - it’s a yoga retreat where you can do yoga surrounded by goats.
Social media is filled to bursting with super fit, super well-dressed young women who look like they’re straight out of a magazine…