List of yoga hybrids

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A paddle board yoga class in Malmö, Sweden

The popularity of yoga as exercise has led to the creation of hybrid activities combining the practice of yoga asanas with other forms of exercise, the use of animals including dogs and horses, and other types of recreation.[1][2][3]

With other exercise forms[edit]

Acroyoga combines yoga and acrobatics.
Aerial yoga uses a hammock.
Yoga with ring-tailed lemurs is practised in the Lake District.[4]

With animals[edit]

With other things[edit]

References[edit]

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  18. ^ Eichenseher, Tasha; Tudor, Kat (31 May 2017). "Try the Water Yoga Trend: 6 Aqua Yoga Poses". Yoga Journal.
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