The Washington Times has learned that a naked yoga videos website, Child Pose Yoga, was set up in August and has been attracting a new audience each week since, as new people start to learn to participate in the art form.
In the first month alone, Child pose Yoga attracted more than 20,000 visitors, with some of the videos attracting more than 5 million views, according to the site’s creators.
The site features a variety of styles including yoga, bodywork, yoga poses and poses that are both creative and challenging.
One of the most popular videos on Child Pose is titled “Down Under,” which features yoga poses of various styles in the Pacific Ocean.
It has more than 3 million views on YouTube.
“We wanted to do a simple, simple yoga video that people could watch at home or in a car and have fun with,” said Jay R. Smith, the site owner and creator of Child Pose, who is a teacher in the Washington area.
“I wanted to make something that people would be able to watch and enjoy,” he added.
One video, titled “Naked Yoga,” features yoga videos in a pool, with the participants walking nude through a nude beach.
In another video, a group of people are relaxing on a pool bed while wearing only yoga pants, then one of the people is wearing a bikini and is naked.
“The nudity is intentional and the purpose is to create a fun experience,” said Smith.
He said the videos were not meant to attract attention to themselves or the site, and he was not a participant in the sex acts themselves.
Smith said he had been approached by several young people who wanted to participate and help him create the site.
“They all asked, ‘What’s your name?
Where are you from?
What do you do?'” he said.
“But I had to take a deep breath and say, ‘I’m not going to tell you who you are.'”
The videos have also been shared on Instagram, YouTube, Vine, Facebook and Twitter.
“It’s like a cross between a YouTube channel and an Instagram account,” Smith said.
Some of the sites users have commented on the videos.
One person wrote on Twitter, “It looks really cool but I wouldnt watch it unless you were on a boat.”
Another person commented, “I think this is the dumbest thing I’ve ever seen.
I mean, who would watch a naked beach on a beach?
I don’t think I’d ever do it.”
The site has not yet been deleted, but Smith said the website would soon.
He added that Child Pose yoga videos are not related to the sex industry, which is prohibited under federal law.
The video is also available to watch on YouTube, which has over 100 million users.
“Our goal is to help people get healthy,” Smith added.
“That’s why we do yoga and not sex.
There are no benefits and no negatives.”
Child Pose has not had a formal advertising campaign yet, he said, but said he hoped the site would soon be featured on Adult Swim.
“There’s nothing wrong with people watching it,” he said of Adult Swim’s recent announcement to allow people to watch adult-themed videos.
“At the end of the day, we are just a fun, fun website, and it’s not really about money.”
The videos are being shared widely on social media, with many of the followers responding with praise.
“These videos are truly wonderful and very educational,” said one user on Instagram.
“One person said it was ‘fun, educational, and well thought out’ and another said, ‘This site is brilliant.'”
Another user commented, “‘Down Under’ is pretty funny.
I’d love to watch it.
If I had a car, I would go see it.
There’s something for everyone.”
Smith said that the video was meant to be fun, and not for profit.
“You’re supposed to be a yoga instructor and enjoy the practice and not get paid to do it,” Smith explained.
“And if you are a person who does yoga, and you’re just going to do yoga to make a buck, that’s a waste of time.”
The owner of Child pose said the site is in a small group of yoga instructors who also share their techniques and tips.
“Everyone is on the same page and everyone is having fun,” he told The Washington Report.
“So it’s all in good fun.”
He said he plans to continue to offer Child Pose videos to new members.
“As soon as the time comes, we’ll post it,” said Child Pose owner Jay R Smith.