How to Do Yoga Alone in the Park Without Getting Pregnant 2:46

Ladies should feel comfortable and safe enough to do a little yoga in the park by themselves. If you don't - Olga Kay is here to help. For example, if you're stretching and see a couple of PSOs (watch the video for reference) as you look between your legs, it's time for you to introduce them to "Downward Death!" Now watch the video for more awesome techniques that are sure to keep the unwanted attention at bay.

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