Yoga Fusion

A summer of bend trends

Yoga comes from Sanskrit; it means joined together. Now the practice is getting married to other popular hobbies, habits and disciplines. The result: new hybrids.


Some people prefer to slip into a downward-facing dog in the company of their canines. Humans meditate; pups get stretched.


These classes are designed for the less flexible sex--bros--who may be intimidated by classes with pretzel-like women.


It's not a drink. Take the exercises from Pilates; add the postures and breathing of yoga. Also known as piloga.


In acrobatic yoga, poses are often done with a partner; couples help each other into...

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