Class Gives New Meaning to Corpse Pose

If you live or work in a city, you know how difficult it can be to find a moment of quiet. Between the buses, sirens, and people chattering it can seem like an impossible feat to even make a phone...
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If you live or work in a city, you know how difficult it can be to find a moment of quiet. Between the buses, sirens, and people chattering it can seem like an impossible feat to even make a phone...

If you live or work in a city, you know how difficult it can be to find a moment of quiet. Between the buses, sirens, and people chattering it can seem like an impossible feat to even make a phone call, much less stop for a sun salute or meditation break. City noise is one of the reasons behind a new yoga class held at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery. "There's very little quiet place left in the city," class organizer Rick Castro told CBS news. "This is a place where you really can just come and just be with yourself and meditate." (Please watch the video by clicking here.) "The spirits are with us," he added later. "They come through us." The class costs $20 and will take place every Tuesday at 7 pm.

What do you think? Does this align with the yoga philsophy on death and dying? Or is it creepy?