Outdoor yoga IN JEANS

I have Melinda, author of the blog ThereSheRuns, to thank for today’s pictures. She was walking through a park in Independence, Missouri and saw people doing yoga outdoors IN JEANS.

If you missed the post where I did yoga in jeans, check it out here.

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A big big BIG thanks to the following JoggingJeans.com readers who have contributed their hard-earned money to support Denim for a Cure:
Mary Long, Sellersville, PA
Minka Misangyi, San Antonio, TX. Author of MoreThanRunning
Jill Whitaker, Las Vegas, NV. Author of JillWillRun and theRUNiverse
Tracey Lazos, Boston, MA. Author of StrideAndJoy
Marcie, Dallas, TX
Charla Neuman, Seattle, WA. Author of RunningHaiku
Amy Ambler, Salt Lake City, UT
And all the others!
(You can be on this list by donating here and then send me an email telling me that you did – JoggingJeans@gmail.com)
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Read more about the campaign here. Read more about Josher Hanson, the guy who will be running the Salt Lake City Marathon on April 21st in head-to-toe denim, here.
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  1. @inmyheadspace

     /  April 2, 2012

    Maybe the man was just taking a walk, minding his own buisness when the jean wearing Yogi started looking for people to do yoga in the park (since his mat does match). However, unless those are Yoga Jeans, that instructor should be ashamed!

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  2. Just when we thought we’ve seen everything. Oh my.

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