How do men and women see yoga?
Yoga and Meditation Practice
it is perceived differently by men and women. Women are more aware of their body, more focused on the nuances, so they
build the asana to the smallest detail, and then consciously hold it, controlling the position of the body. Men even strain the whole body to engage one group of muscles in the asana. They subconsciously wait for strength training.
Therefore, in the classroom, it is important for men to learn more to extend their attention to the body and its numerous important points, and women, after detuning the asana, need to learn
how to pull attention out of the body and "discarding" it, go into meditation. Partner yoga helps in this. Joint yoga for men and women pursues the main goal – a partner helps to keep balance, do backbends, stretches, stay where you need to, as a support.