HOTNESS ALERT: Naked Power Yoga

Warning, this is definitely NSFW. Now, lets be honest, I had you all at naked right? Well wait until you see what goes beyond this title. Ryan Clifford is a total hottie and the creator of this program. Honestly, I’m not the biggest yoga fan, but after watching the trailer for this new DVD, I think I could get into it. And if you’re not into yoga either, I dare you to not change your mind after watching this.

With a background in acting (which I hear is very helpful in yoga training?), Ryan decided to make the switch and studied a lot. For 12 years he practised regular yoga and Astanga yoga for 8 years as well. He currently teaches naked Vinyasa Flow to music. He gained all of his teacher training from some of the best in London and India. Ryan’s main belief is keeping yoga “enjoyable, light, fun and sexy whilst recognising its power to transform your life”. Ryan is currently living in SoHo London and is gay father of two boys. How adorable.

“Nakedness is a way of life. Stripping back the layers finding truth and beauty at the core.” Get ready to strip down and join his partner Max Coles in a yoga film that is sure to inspire you and well… make you hard.

The film is soundtracked by Scarlett Etienne and I’m sure this 50 minute DVD is more of a soft-porn than instructional how-to, but I’m sure it will get you in the mood; I just doubt it’ll be for yoga. If 50 minute soft-core porn yoga DVDs aren’t you cup of tea, than may I suggest their sexy 2011 calendar. Check out the preview below.

You can purchase the DVD and the calendar on the official Naked Power Yoga website.
www.nakedpoweryoga.com

  • Yogi Bored

    Thanks for the soft-core porn! More, please.
    If power yoga classes had beautiful men like this, and were as sexual, then I’d be the first to sign up. Instead, I think about the reality of a closed hot room filled with b.o. and fat naked butts farting in your face.
    If yoga made perfect bods, then India should be full of ’em. Most Indians, I think, don’t look like this guy. Also, if yoga – as a part of Indian holistic medicine – helped cure so many ailments, then most people in India would be healthy and live long lives. The evidence contradicts that assertion, I think.
    Yoga is a fad – don’t give in to the hype. If you want to do yoga, do it for its (limited) physical and mental benefits, and do other activities to round out your exercise regimen. But if you believe that power yoga alone will “transform your life”, make you look like these guys and become a sexual magnet, or that any Eastern medicine (with its mystery, magic, strange concoctions made out of seahorses) will cure all your ills, then you’re a gullible fool.

  • Mama C

    Oh, Ty….leave it to you to find something like this…..This has inspired me to start doing my Saturday morning-living room-yoga in the buff…..with the curtains WIDE OPEN!!!

  • Mark

    There are many scientific studies (John Hopkins, for example) that show yoga to be useful for a number of things ranging from anxiety, arthritis, and beyond. Big toned muscles by themselves, are not a clear sign of health–flexibility, joint health, internal organ health, mental health, healthy immunity, are some of the other factors which make up the whole. (For example, anyone can stick a needle in his ass, or get a prescription for steroids if they are hiv positive. This might give the individual big muscles once coupled with weights, lending to a veneer of fitness, but the internal organ picture is a whole other ball of wax, not to mention brain function, mood, and the immune system). I’m guessing Mama C, you think yoga is purely about exercise. Furthermore, keep in mind that many Indians do not have access to the kind of health care system and finances we are fortunate to have. You state that yoga is a fad here. Ironically, yoga is probably a bit more mainstream here–and practiced more widely than it is by the general population of India.

    When practiced over time, yoga tends to level pulse rate, stabilize the nervous system, normalize stomach and digestive activity, level hormones, and increase joint range of motion. It increases energy, endurance, immunity, and cardiovascular efficiency. It improves eye-hand coordination, reaction time, dexterity, and helps the person to get more restful and restorative sleep.

    Yoga also seems to have psychological benefits as well. practitioners and those who study them report that it helps you become more aware of your body, accept yourself more readily, improve your concentration, memory, learning and mood.

    Additional benefits of yoga as compared to other exercise programs is that it massages internal organs in a way that other programs do not, and produces a detoxifying effect.

    I highly recommend yoga as an addition to any other physical and mental practices.

  • Ivan

    what is the name of the song, I love it!

  • You can always tell an expert! Thanks for contrbituing.

  • I have done the class in question and I have to say as a yoga teacher myself I found it to be a great class. Very strong, dynamic and felt amazing after finishing it. I for one will be going back and doing it again.