Did anyone else catch this last night? We happen to love Hollywood Game Night, and of course the Emmy-winning beloved and hilarious host Jane Lynch, so we were already tuned in when celebrity guest Amy Smart gave the whole room a yoga lesson.
It went like this (please pardon our excitedly-snapped screen grabs):
During guest introductions, Lynch mentioned that actress Amy Smart is also a yoga teacher, of kundalini, to be specific.
Jane: “I actually love kundalini.”
Amy: “Do you know breath of fire?”
Jane: “I do!” ::proceeds to pump air out of nose::
Amy: “The best way to teach it is if you can pant like a dog. Close your mouth. And pump in your navel point.”
Jane: “Do boogers ever shoot out?”
Comedian Paul Scheer: “Should we all do it?”
And then they all did.
Stars of ABC sitcom “Fresh Off the Boat,” Randall Park, Constance Wu, and Paul Scheer gave it a try.
So did contestant Ginger and her celebrity teammates Green Bay Packer Randall Cobb and SNL star Bobby Moynihan, led by kind kundalini-er Smart.
Adorable YogaPop moments like this make our yogadork hearts go pitter patter. (yoga. dorks.)
Amy Smart is not only a kundalini teacher and practitioner, she’s an eco-friendly activist and environmentalist who uses meditation and yoga to keep herself balanced.
You can watch the full Hollywood Game night episode here.
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nice post, yoga is good for health, we should do it regularly..