What type of yoga are you?
1. What do you look for in a workout?
There’s no point in working out unless I leave drenched in sweat.
Exercise is how I clear my head after a long day.
My work out needs to fit perfectly in my meticulously structured day.
I just need to get rid of some energy! Strengthening my body is always a plus.
2. How often do you exercise?
Ummm… once a month?
Does meditation count as exercise?
Whenever I feel like detoxing.
3. Do you have any problem areas in your life?
I have so many things going on during the day… I need a way to clear my head and relax.
I would really like to drop a few pounds.
I have a lot of injuries, so it’s hard for me to find ways to exercise that don’t make things worse.
Nope! My lifestyle keeps me strong and healthy, physically and mentally.
4. What's your opinion on meditation?
Like I could ever sit still for more than five minutes…
Meditation is how I stay sane.
I’ve never tried it, but I’ve always wanted to!
It's great when I need to cleanse my mind.
5. What kind of atmosphere do you look for in a yoga class?
Yoga is supposed to be peaceful and relaxing, right?
I like fast-paced workouts to go along with my fast-paced life.
I want a comforting environment where I don’t feel embarrassed by a lack of experience.
Yoga classes should be structured and consistent.
6. What's your dream vacation?
Anywhere... as long as I'm in charge of making the schedule.
Hiking Mount Everest!
A week at a spa beach resort.
Somewhere new and exciting!
7. What would you prefer to wear in a yoga class?
As little as possible.
Something soft and comfy.
Fitted clothing so the instructor can perfect my form.
Lots of layers so I won't get cold.
8. Which celebrity's fitness mentality do you admire the most?
9. How do you usually spend your weekends?
Reading and relaxing, with my friends or by myself.
Cleaning and organizing my house.
Socializing with friends and staying active!
Studying so I can get straight A's in school.
10. What's your personal workout mantra?
Back to the basics!
If you can't take the heat, get out of the kitchen.
No pain, no gain.