Picture yourself in the woods. You’re on a relaxing hike, when suddenly you hear the sound of chimes and the thumping of drums. Is it a drum circle? A circle of hippies? Nay ― it’s just two super zen men doing kilted yoga amidst the serenity of the forest.
The men, named Finlay and Tristan in real life, are the new stars of a BBC social video that’s taken the internet by storm with nearly 34 million views in three days.
“Finlay is a yoga instructor from Dundee, and Tristan is one of his students,” reads the YouTube description of the clip. “Together, they took to the wilds of Scotland to be at one with nature, and practice some yoga. Men in kilts and yoga ― a perfect combination!”
People are loving the cheeky video:
Some ― like “Outlanders” star Sam Heughan ― are even considering doing kilted yoga now:
Though the premise of the video is quite funny, yoga is seriously good for you. Practicing yoga can help lower stress levels, improve brain function, lower blood pressure and even improve sexual function. No word yet on whether doing yoga in a kilt has any health advantages (besides a newfound sense of freedom).
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