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‘Friends’ Co-Creator Introduces Us to Our ‘Vachakra’ In Funny New Yoga-Themed Web Series

in YD News, YogaHaha

Hey ladies, have you breathed into your vachakra today? Georgia a new comedy web series written and directed by Marta Kauffman, co-creator of 90s hair show Friends, features real actress Mary Elizabeth Ellis (It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia) as a newbie “yoga psychotherapist” holding private sessions out of her apartment for a motley crew of students. The perfect setting for vulnerability and hilarious embarrassment! Obviously.

Still honing her craft, Georgia is presented with the task of removing obstacles from her own life and, in this first episode, from her touchy student’s vagina. Yep!  Er, figuratively. Say hello to your vachakra.

The three-part series, which also features actor Harold Perrineau (Lost, Romeo+Juliet) makes its debut today on the female-powered WIGS YouTube channel and we have to say we find the vag-aries of an earnest and extremely flawed yoga psychotherapist engagingly entertaining.

Watch the first episode and the trailer below. Tell us what you think!




4 comments… add one
  • This is hilarious! It reminds me of a time when I was in a class devoted to Mula Bandha. I was the only male – the teacher told us all to close our vaginas. Awkward.

  • Frida_K

    I love it! This is so funny…OMG.

    My vachakra approves.

  • forsakinghalfloves

    I love Wigs! It’s an online guilty pleasure for me. 🙂

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