(Photo: Rage Yoga)
You will exercise your middle fingers a lot while participating in Rage Yoga. Seriously, that's a major part of the movements.
Lindsay Istace developed the practice and teaches it at her studio in Calgary, Alberta. In the dimly lit pub basement that serves as her studio, she blasts loud heavy metal music. It helps set the mood for her students. She says that the music and the movements help her students vent their anger. CBC News reports:
Istace says she developed Rage Yoga while dealing with a painful breakup. According to her website, combining swearing and screaming with her yoga practice helped her overcome addiction and anger issues.
"When you create a space for yourself to be angry and to shout and swear and scream, suddenly it's hard to take yourself so seriously.
"So it goes from anger to laughter pretty quickly. And we have a lot of that going on here."
-via Weird Universe