Big Yoga Survey
The University of Westminster are carrying out a yoga survey.
The information below is copied from their website…University of Westminster.
A link to the survey is copied below.
Would you like to take part in yoga research?
Have you practised yoga or attended yoga classes in the past year? If so, we need your help. Researchers from the University of Westminster are carrying out a survey of yoga in the UK. We know that more and more people are taking up yoga in the UK and the United Nations General Assembly recognised the potential of yoga by declaring an annual International Yoga Day in 2014. While there have been surveys in other countries including Australia and the USA, there has not been an in-depth survey in the UK.
Now we are aiming to find out why people practice yoga, how they practice and how they feel it affects their health and well-being. The results of the Big UK Yoga Survey will be very important as they will suggest where yoga might be most beneficial and what research is needed in the future.
We are hoping for as many people in the UK as possible to complete the survey so that the information we collect is as complete as possible.
What do I need to do?
The survey should take about 15 minutes to complete and is completely anonymous, unless you choose to provide your email so we can keep you informed about our results and any future research. We will also keep all the information that you provide confidential.
Thank you for your interest in the Big UK Yoga Survey, we really appreciate your time. Your responses will help us to understand more about who is practising yoga in the UK today and guide our research in the future.
You are eligible to take part in the survey if you: live in the UK, have practised yoga in the past 12 months and are at least 18 years of age.
Researchers leading the project