In the trailer for Jennifer Aniston's new movie We're the Millers, the former Friends star bares almost-all in skimpy stripper attire and lacy lingerie. Her tight abs, long legs, and slim silhouette are impossible to miss as she spins and gyrates across the screen - attributes which Aniston credits to yoga guru Mandy Ingber.

In 2006, Ingber became a public fixture in fitness when Aniston, who is also her longtime friend, featured her in a spread for SELF magazine. She has also worked with A-list clients like Kate Beckinsale, Jennifer Lawrence, and Brooke Shields.

Ingber is the creator of "Yogalosophy," a 28-day program that involves her innovative take on yoga exercise. "It's yoga paired with toning exercises, so people who were bored with yoga might try it, or people that were really into yoga might get a little extra workout," Ingber told ABC News.

"It's the ability to be able to find your sense of focus in the middle of a lot that's going on," said Ingber. "It runs right through the center of your body." 

At its core, Yogalosophy has five primary objectives:

1. Love your body

2. Set short-term goals

3. Make healthy choices

4. Visualize your best

5. Give and receive support

Ingber loves yoga and encourages people to try it, but says that it should not take the place of cardiovascular exercises like aerobics, running, and kickboxing. "I think that's important, too," she said.

Check out a snippet of Ingber's yoga workout below: