This was one yoga class where you could not only catch your breath but you could see it, too.
About a dozen people took part in ice yoga at Winnipeg's FortWhyte Alive nature centre late Sunday morning, as temps dipped to –15 C and the winds gusted up to 60 km/h.
Yoga teacher Ashley Bourgeois called the weather "pretty sweet."
Participants did the 45-minute class on the lake behind the information centre. Bundled up in layers and on their mats, people were led through poses while the wind blew on the ice.
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