10 Strange Types Of Yoga That Are Growing In Popularity
There are a lot of things that we have accepted from eastern cultures and traditions. Perhaps one of the most famous cultural phenomenons to hop over to the west is the ancient practice of Yoga. Yoga is a form of exercise that has to do with breathing and stretching the right way. It exercises your body and mind and is known to have numerous long-term benefits. Unfortunately, nothing stays exciting for too long and we find new ways to mix traditional beliefs with the modern lifestyle. Here is a list of 10 of the most bizarre forms of Yoga currently practiced.
Lord Shiva from Hindu Mythology was known to consume cannabis before entering into a deep meditative state. The same principles are used in the practice of Cannabis Yoga now that more states are increasingly sanctioned legal use of the drug. 4:20 Remedy Yoga is a class in Los Angeles that encourages you to get high before turning up for the Yoga session.
These classes are conducted on water while using a paddleboard in order to help attain greater balance and also observe the slightest movement in the body while striking yogic poses. The Stand Up Paddleboard (SUP) community is now an international organization that actively promotes this form of yoga.