DALLAS -- The yogis came out in full force on Saturday during the Texas Regional Yoga Championships, prepared to prove they have what it takes to move onto the next round.
"It's a three-minute demonstration or routine, much like gymnastics. And it's evaluated by judges based on their grace, the execution of the poses, and their overall ability to hold postures and stillness," explained Jeff Chen of U.S.A. Yoga.
According to one of the organizers, 79 people from all across Texas signed up to compete.
"We all have this love, this passion for yoga. It's not so much that we're competing against each other," said Roy Enriquez, a competitor in this year's event. "You come up and see people doing these yoga postures that are so inspiring. And think, 'Oh, maybe I can try that one day.' And that's the beauty of Yoga: anyone can do it no matter what age."