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Aniston and Theroux’s ‘honeymoon yoga’

Published 13/08/2015

Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux
Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux

Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux did down dog together on the beaches of Bora Bora this week.

The newlyweds tied the knot last week in secret and then jetted off to Bora Bora, celebrating their newfound union in the tropical setting with friends like Jason Bateman and Jimmy Kimmel.

Although Jennifer is a well-known yoga enthusiast, it seems as if her other half likes to down dog himself, as the spouses were seen doing some complex poses Tuesday morning on the stunning shores surrounding the five-star Four Seasons Resort where they are staying.

"They were all in a circle on the sand doing yoga together,” an insider told Us Weekly of the morning beach yoga session.

Jennifer has inspired numerous yoga workout videos and she has been a proponent of the practice for years.

But it seems Justin isn’t too shabby himself, as he was supposedly adjusting her poses throughout their morning beach session.

“Justin was helping Jen with her poses and stretching her legs for her,” the insider noted.

Jennifer has previously spoken about why yoga is so important to her.

But this isn’t the only exercise modality she takes on, because if the star doesn’t switch up her fitness, she is likely to become very bored.

“Oh my god, I have a lot of favourite workouts. I love cycling, I love yoga of course, and I recently started doing barre method—which is painful and hard. Variety is the key for me,” she gushed to Women’s Health magazine. “Because you eventually stop doing it, and you just get lazy. Mixing it up is always fun because that way you know you're excited, and it’s muscle confusion. It keeps your body awake.”

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