By: Ali Aizaz Zahid

IN TRANSIT/TRENDING : Yoga has left the studio, with travelling yogi's hitting the road and guiding practice alongside rivers-

At full moon celebrations and in the great outdoors.

During one December departure, the river cruise company Aqua Expeditions will turn its Mekong River ship in Cambodia into a floating fitness studio, with classes led by the-

Singapore-based trainer Alex Salihin.

The trip, running  Dec 15 to 19, will include morning yoga classes on the sun deck, meditation classes and on one-on-one training sessions, in addition to sightseeing  excursions via bike and kayak. Rates from $5,140 a person.

Every month, the  Madinat Jumeirah hotel in Dubai holds, public full-moon yoga, classes on the beach.

The 90 minute classes are set to a soundtrack of  the naturally crashing surf and recorded classical music [ 99 UAE dirham, or about $27].

For those who can't make the  lunar events, one hotel holds daily sunset yoga sessions on the beach.

Yoga with goats has led a critter craze and other classes with  cats, dogs and rabbits.

And the coming women-only yoga horses program at the Home Ranch in Clark, Colo, promotes twice daily yoga sessions as a means to improving horsemanship. 


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