Breath Of The Gods
The Origins of Yoga

Breath Of The Gods - The Origins of Yoga
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Brandon

I love yoga, but this is supremely uninteresting. It's more of a precursor to vlogs with none of the obnoxious special effects. There's no context to anything. If it gets better at some point, I'm sad to say I won't see it, as 27 minutes in I should already be hooked, but I'm not.

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