Springfield, MO – Yoga aficionados across the globe are looking to Southwest Missouri for a new form of inspirational stretching while being subjected to cold, freezing conditions known as Frozen Yoga. “I’ve never seen anything like it, very inspiring,” said highly respected yoga master B.K.S. Iyengar from his home in India.
“Frozen Yoga is a physical, mental, and spiritual discipline but in a freezer. Like Rocky’s meat locker, these yoga people are putting more into their workout than any other person. Yoga is easy, hot yoga is hard, but frozen yoga is the most difficult yoga ever, period,” said Neil Kilomason, originator of the frigid exercise.
In a moderate or heated environment, muscles are free to move and be flexible. Frozen Yoga is designed to stiffen the muscles to prevent flexibility, thus rewarding the individual who attains a state of perfect spiritual insight and tranquility who can overcome the weather. “Frozen yoga is impossible. I tried the downward husky, which is really just the downward dog but in sub-zero temperatures, and I couldn’t do it as my muscles were convulsing from the hypothermia setting in,” said Jessica Blazomyged.
“Frozen yoga separates the zen from the masters,” said Kilomason as he turned a King Eskimo Pose (king pigeon pose), “While studying in the mountains of Tibet, I once locust posed down the side of a cliff while maintaining total consciousness.”
Frozen Yoga classes are being offered now and participants can join classes in the meat hanging department of the Springfield Underground.
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