(Picture: Carolyn Eaton/Alamy News Live)As it turns out, yoga is a versatile practice.
You can do yoga with animals such as dogs, goats and alpacas.
You can do yoga on a paddle board, in a hot pod or while holding a disco ball.
This summer, there’s a new development in yoga at the Natural History Museum in Kensington, where you’ll be able to do yoga under a humongous man-made moon.
The museum already offers morning classes in partnership with East of Eden, a yoga studio in Walthamstow, but the lunar presence is a first.
Modelled after imagery of the real thing, supplied by NASA, the replica is made completely to scale.
Designed by Luke Jerram, each centimetre of the seven metre planet represents five kilometres on the actual moon.
It’s been on a worldwide tour and will be available at the museum as of May, where yogis can do poses under the creation.
Some of the classes are specifically themed too, such as the Nidra yoga with a crystal sound bath on 3 June and the full moon Kundalini yoga and gong bath on 17 June – both of which cost £26 per class.
The moon will hang in the museum until September.
Even if you don’t fancy yoga, it’s worth swinging by just to take a look at the incredible structure.
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