The Flow Outside Aerobic Classes Make Use of Cold Climates and Landscapes

By: Misel Saban - Jan 15, 2016
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While yoga classes are conventionally performed indoors or in warm climate settings, Jen Brick Ducharme's Flow Outside program encourages consumers to take their meditation practices outside during the colder months. The yoga classes are practiced in the snow and are creatively known as 'snowga.'

'Snowga' encourages consumers to stay fit during the winter months, when it is easy to feel less motivated by the drop in temperatures and drastic change in weathers. Ducharme's program features a yoga class that is done entirely outside in a snowy landscape encouraging consumers to practice poses such as tree pose and dancer on the snowy ground. The snow adds an element of difficulty to the classes as it is harder to maintain a balanced pose with uneven grounds and low temperature climates.