I have a theory (not scientifically tested yet…) that the more flexible you are the more comfortable you feel lying on the ground.
So, with lots of yoga practice… sleeping in a tent and a good night’s sleep could actually go together.
Studies have shown that yoga – due to the many weight-bearing postures – can make bones stronger and guard against osteoporosis. Yoga officially keeps bodies younger – one scientific way of calculating ageing is to measure hip flexibility which will always be good if you regularly practice yoga.
Climbing gets easier the stronger and more flexible you are. (If you are not afraid of heights!)
The longer you have been practicing yoga the more able you are to scratch your back in just the right places.
Balancing on one leg, putting on a sock or shoe shouldn’t be too much of a problem.
If you are having sex and happen to find your feet next to your head – you will not be in pain and could still be enjoying yourself.
If you are on your own, doing up a top with buttons on the back can actually be possible.
Should you ever find yourself on a static trapeze(!?) you should be able to make some nice shapes.