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When people think of yoga, they generally think of a fit, 20-something year old woman in a tight ensemble doing splits and twisting her body into unthinkable shapes, right?
Here is Luke @skywalkeriam killing this Grasshopper pose on a cliff.
But with a 20% increase of yoga practitioners in the US from 2014 to 2015, this body-conscious routine has more men coming into the scene. In fact, most of the branches of yoga were founded by men.
Now, let’s deal with this fact: yoga is popular and it has gone far beyond the sex divide. Male athletes, celebrities, and “normal” people like you and me have found something appealing about yoga that has fit into our lifestyles.
So what is it with this females-only stigma behind yoga? For starters, 72.2% of yoga practitioners in the US are females. Maybe all these women are a reason for men to attend a class, or maybe it’s a source of intimidation. One thing is true: women dominate the yoga scene.