30 October 2009

Yoga...


I wonder if this is an example of tantric yoga?

I have never learned myself, but it would seem that there are some interesting positions and some hands on requirements, particularly if you find yourself in the position of teacher or Yogi.

I am sure that this photo lends itself to a pun or two.

11 comments:

H. Nizam said...

Rob,

Interesting photo to start my Saturday.

pj said...

I find myself wondering: a) is the guy being paid for that? and b) if a) is true than how does one get a job like that?
Obviously I took the wrong path in life.

Rob Baiton said...

Harry...

Yoga is always a good way to start the day, isn't it?

PJ...

I am guessing that if he is getting paid to do that then there will probably be a few fellas out there taking early retirement or redundancy and re-skilling.

therry said...

Seems like a pervert to me, and I wonder why those women didn't do anything to stop him!

Rob Baiton said...

Therry...

Don't rush to judgment!

Maybe the photo does not tell the whole story?

I have never done yoga, but it does not look like a position that you jump straight out of in a hurry.

therry said...

If I were one of those women I'd not let anyone touch my crotch rather than my boy! LOL

Rob Baiton said...

Therry...

Too much information :D

But it is nice that you are so much in love with your man...

Lawyer Buruk said...

that yogi teacher can be sued for sexual harassment / indecent conduct when the students are no longer their "pals".When people are friend friend with one another, so called "grey area conduct" can be overlooked. But once relationship/friendship turns sour,dig out old history, bring on the lawyers and sue for all their money. Be careful! Be careful!
Ladies, pls keep the photo for future use in court. Ha ha ha

Rob Baiton said...

Lawyer Buruk...

Unfortunately, I do not no the context of the photo. Maybe they have already sued. Maybe it was part of that particular class.

Sounds like you have had some personal experience of good things turning sour?

Lawyer Buruk said...

oh....yes. In my line of work, I have to contend with liners & unscrupulous business men who MISUSE the laws in their attempts to evade claims or recover loss (due to their own errors). BUT I have solved (no need to go to court)all my cases by using forensics & getting the true meaning of the laws involved. That's why I am interested to read your comments and can glean a few pearls from your comments.
(I am not a lawyer)

Rob Baiton said...

Lawyer Buruk...

OK.

And, thanks I think?

(or were you just taking the piss?)