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Yoga Turned Cute With New Cat And Bunny Yoga Craze

This is the fitness class for all that find nothing at all can seem to motivate them to get themselves into gear and start working towards that summer body! By now, the post-Christmas health kick has long gone and you have probably hit a rut, which is why some genius’s have created this newest form of exercise that involves all things cute… and not just the gym outfit that hasn’t made it out of your closet yet!

via telegraph.co.uk
via telegraph.co.uk

There is now fitness classes popping up that involve fluffy friends to share the time with, in specific bunnies and kittens! This might be a crazy one to believe and fairly hard to understand how anyone actually came up with this idea, but classes are filling up to share yoga with a furry friend. Not only do you benefit from enjoying a class, distracted from the pain of a workout by a cute kitten or bunny but also a lot of venues are taking cats and bunnies from shelters out for the day to enjoy the class too, so it seems to be an all round win-win!

So how does this yoga actually work? Obviously, the animals do not participate with the stretches but they do wonder freely around the class and might come and rub against you or watch as you do crazy stretches, it also allows for you to have something to concentrate on whilst holding more challenging positions! The reason for using these furry cuties is because being around small furry animals is thought to reduce stress and make you feel more relaxed and calm… which is perfect when combined with yoga! Plus at the end of the session, there is often the time for a 15-minute cuddle sesh with a fluffy friend, which makes doing the exercise part way more worth while! Both the cats and bunnies love the feeling of the yoga mats too so they often seem to levitate towards sharing a mat with a yoga buddy and allowing you to enjoy the session with them!

via sunberry.com
via sunberry.com

So how does this yoga actually work? Obviously, the animals do not participate with the stretches but they do wonder freely around the class and might come and rub against you or watch as you do crazy stretches, it also allows for you to have something to concentrate on whilst holding more challenging positions! The reason for using these furry cuties is because being around small furry animals is thought to reduce stress and make you feel more relaxed and calm… which is perfect when combined with yoga! Plus at the end of the session, there is often the time for a 15-minute cuddle sesh with a fluffy friend, which makes doing the exercise part way more worth while! Both the cats and bunnies love the feeling of the yoga mats too so they often seem to levitate towards sharing a mat with a yoga buddy and allowing you to enjoy the session with them!

via mentalfloss.com
via mentalfloss.com

We cannot see any downside to this type of yoga and it seems a fun and refreshing way to switch up exercise and have a fun class for you, and have a fun day out for the animals!



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