When you imagine someone practicing yoga, it's probably a slender woman in a studio you picture.
The mind behind Trill Yoga hopes to change that.
"Trill Yoga doesn't follow the rules, it makes them," Claire Fountain, the instructor behind Trill Yoga, told The Huffington Post. "It's OK to be any body shape, to wear what you like, to listen to what you like, and realize you don't need a fancy studio — you don't even really need a mat."
If you've never heard the word "trill," it's a mashup of the words "true" and "real." Fountain's all-inclusive approach to yoga cuts through the stigmas associated with yoga. You don't have to be a certain body type, have a specific skill level or practice in a fancy studio. You can be curvy and try Trill Yoga for the first time on the subway platform.