Yoga as a Primary Form of Fitness.This is for those people who are interested in creating a workout routine that is based on Man Flow Yoga or a combination of Man Flow Yoga and bodyweight exercises. These are also the people that have seen too much stress on their bodies from other more high impact forms of exercise and would like to use a more low impact form of exercise for their fitness needs. They also want to maintain their strength and physique.
Yoga as a complement to other forms of fitness.People in this group participate in other forms of physical fitness, are typically new to yoga, and are curious about yoga can help them improve in the areas of physical fitness that the are more passionate about.
Examples: crossFit, functional fitness, weightlifting
Big points here are flexibility, core strength, range of motion aspects of fitness that other physical fitness disciplines are not covering.
Injury FocusThose people that are here because they are either recovering from injuries, are plagued by chronic back pain, other daily aches and pains, or are more interested in yoga for longevity, rather than getting in really good shape. These are the people that want to be able to accomplish daily tasks without pain, and don’t care about how deep they can go into a squat or whether or not they can get their legs completely straight in a downdog.
Yoga as General Fitness.Losing weight and building muscle (maintain a toned body or get one)
Building muscle with yoga and muscle tone maintenance
Improve Your Practice.Seasoned yogis are drawn to Man Flow Yoga because of the emphasis on technique, which may not be as prevalent in the other yoga classes they attend.