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March 12, 2007 - 8:00 pm
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Hi Donna:

Yoga is a public service; just like medicine, and alternative medicine.

Sorry, but it's not free. Should a minister, teacher, doctor, psychologist, or a chiropractor work for free too? This is ludicrous to think that a person who gives to the public should also live the life of a beggar.

This is an old issue, but Yoga teachers have a right to eat and sleep with a roof over their heads. Poverty is not good for your health, but being a gluton is not healthy either.

Most Yoga teachers are living examples of moderation. This is a message the public needs to take to heart - literally and figuratively. Preventative medicine is something the public needs to be massively educated about.

Namaste,

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