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Twister Yoga

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This combination of the game Twister and yoga is fun and challenging (and sometimes impossible unless you're a contortionist). The spinner not only tells you on which color to place extremities, but also in which yoga position you must be. Levels are: beginners, intermediate, advanced, and nirvana.
Machiavelli, Feb 10 2005

The i of the Tiger http://www.fastlane...ex.cgi?riemann.html
A complex pose. [Detly, Mar 30 2005]


       [+] 'Soon after opening, the twister-yoga center suddenly closed yesterday, after getting sued by a former member who claims she got seriously injured after she got a left foot red, right foot blue and right hand green, and there was only one of those places on opposite ends of the mat, and there were 5 other players on at the same time...' Try judo, the groundwork is kinda like a twister game, except in twister, armlocks aren't allowed.
froglet, Feb 11 2005

Cirque du Soleil
Shz, Feb 11 2005

       Forget the Cobra and Downward Facing Dog - you'll have to introduce new poses, such as the Imploded Corkscrew, Diffracted Chessboard and Four Dimensional Surface With Closed Self Intersection Set.
Detly, Feb 11 2005

       Maybe you could get more points for more complex solutions -- like if you could put either your left or right hand on a dot to your right the left would count more.
JesusHChrist, Mar 27 2005

       Or why not defy the natural laws of physics and create a para-dimensional transporter (ok, now I know I've watched too many re-runs of Dr Who. I saw the new one on the weekend. I wish I could fast-forward to next week.)
froglet, Mar 27 2005

       //Four Dimensional Surface With Closed Self Intersection Set// - Illustration anyone? Bris? FJ?
wagster, Mar 27 2005

       How's that for you, [wags]?
Detly, Mar 30 2005


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