People are like, Hey Trish, what’s new? And she’s like, Oh, you know, same old stuff. Just working on my horse yoga. Horse yoga? Yeah, you know. Well, Trish, no wait, sorry, maybe I’m an idiot or something, but I guess I don’t know. What’s horse yoga? Oh! I feel like we already talked about this. Yeah, I do yoga on a horse. It’s kind of my whole thing these days. What do you mean, you “do yoga on a horse?” Well, you know what a horse is, right? Yes, Trish, I know what a horse is. And you know what yoga is, right? You’re being a little patronizing at this point, Trish. Well, I do yoga on a horse. OK. You sound skeptical. Maybe a little, I don’t know. I’m having trouble picturing it I guess. But that’s great. Good for you. Horse yoga. Now who is the one being patronizing? Fair enough. So, what, you put on spandex tights and you light a candle and you lay the horse out in a dance studio and do yoga? Don’t be ridiculous. I wear a suit of armor with a cape and I do yoga on the back of a horse in a horse…ring, or whatever those are called. In absolute silence. In the middle of the day. You know, horse yoga. Forgive me if I’m being obtuse, it’s just that– Oh for heaven’s sake, just watch this video of me doing horse yoga.

Oh, OK, Trish, I see now. Horse yoga. Of course. (Via DailyWhat. Thanks for the tip, basattak.)

Comments (32)
  1. basattak.

  2. I hope the horse doesn’t get offended when she does a downward dog.

  3. is this what soft-core bestiality looks like?

    also, if my facts are correct–and they most certainly are, so I should probably re-phrase this–my facts are correct; horses love having their tail pulled, and so I can only assume that 1:28-1:43 was probably the horses favourite part. “I loved that part”–the horse

  4. There is absolutely no chance that she has an explanation for this that shouldn’t leave you shaking your head.

  5. I love the 5 seconds of her sitting crosslegged in a meditation pose. “Okay need to get in touch with the universe real quick….. aaand done.”

  6. “So. This is all well and good, but do you think next time you can bring out the tv, maybe leave on the View? Anything? A book on tape even? The library has them for free. Anything.” – that horse, presumably

  7. Fake and Neeeeeiiiiiigh

  8. I have never done yoga, but I can’t imagine that she is wearing standard yoga garb, unless she’s going for a bit of a medieval look? I would bet that medieval yoga was always done on a horse, being that all the good ground was littered with garbage, corpses, and peasants rooting through filth.

  9. Okay, but why on a horse? I don’t get it. Well, the presence of the Goddess is most evident in my chakras when I share the experience with another one of her – wait! Where are you going? I’m not done explaining!

  10. Our littlest dog does doggie yoga:

  11. Pony Day! Pony Day! Pony Day!

  12. I’ve seen this before: people dressed in what can most readily be described as armour, performing yoga on a horse. This horse and rider (Dr.Wild) seem to be of the ‘casual’ type of horse-yoga enthusiasts. Others take it really intensely, and are sometimes known to destroy horses who under-perform. It’s really quite sad

    #violentgifgum

  13. You’re not much for cinematography, huh, Trish.

  14. Be sure to properly warm up your horse or else you’re going to need extra horse scissors to repair all the tissue damage.

  15. The video has been removed by the user! Now I’ll never know what horse yoga looks like.

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