The Yoga Project asks the subject to create, name, and perform their own personal yoga move. A space is open for them to speak freely, vis-a-vs the direct speech of their bodies. The language of this speech can be expressed psychosomatically through their physical movements and the naming of these movements. An issue reflecting human weakness and struggle may be expressed either seriously, or through humor. In the end there is a collection of ephemereal poses and dialogue in wich a viewer can get a glimpse of a reflection of the vicissitudes of human faith and doubt, a sort of window into their existential soul.