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Opening a Cafe/ Yoga Studio?
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I think it is a mistake to confuse a cafe with the studio. Maybe if they are a distance from each other this would be a good thing. But to mix eating and drinking with yoga is sure to upset the stomach. You might have a rule for no eating before class. But with the cafe so close some yoga students are tempted to eat and drink before class. It is hard enough to practice while smelling coffee. But the smell of cooked meat will create bad energy in your yoga classes. Some students will be sickened by the smell while others will be drawn to it like moths to light.

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