I Took a Naked Yoga Class and I’ve Never Felt Better About Myself

This is probably one of the best articles on nudity in mainstream media. This is to share with all non-nudist friends and family. Yes, this is yoga. Yes, not everybody is in yoga. Yet, it’s naked social activity. The article titled I Took a Naked Yoga Class and I’ve Never Felt Better About Myself describes how the author moved from doubtful to doubtless about the many benefits of naked yoga.

Here are some extract from the article that resonated well with me:

  • One guy said that “if everyone’s naked, no one’s naked.”
  • But after a while, you completely forgot about not having any clothes on. I was more focused on the poses, my breathing, and my screaming muscles than I was on being naked.
  • And you know what? Aside from being sweaty and sore and spending every second wishing it were over because guys, it was an intense workout, I loved it. I’ve never felt quite so in tune with how my body was working. It really was freeing.
  • Among other things, nudity removes distractions. I wasn’t comparing my outfit to the Lululemon leggings the stylish girl in front of me was wearing. My sports bra wasn’t digging into my ribcage and making me uncomfortable. I didn’t get a wedgie every flow sequence.
  • When I told my friends that I was trying this, most people had the attitude of, “Wow, that’s so great. It sounds so intimidating! That’s something I could never do.” But the whole point is that everyone can do this. Nudity is universal. Bodies are universal.

I think it really describes well what, we naturist, feel daily when we are naked alone at home, in nature or with fellow naturists. Really, nudism is the best possible lifestyle and nudity should find it’s normal place in society.

Get Naked, Stay Naked, Live Naked and Share the Naked Love!

One thought on “I Took a Naked Yoga Class and I’ve Never Felt Better About Myself

  1. Pingback: Why practicing yoga naked? | Nu et heureux - Naked and Happy

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