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April 27, 2015
Yes, it is hard to believe we have homeless people in the USA. But many Yoga teachers and studios in the USA contribute to local and national charities, even though the studio dsn't receive donations. Basically, Yoga teachers are totally dependent on student tuition to keep the doors open, and so far, this has worked.
I know for a fact that Aura contributes to local soup kitchens in Attleboro, St. Judes Children's Hospital, LaSalette Shrine, the Jimmy Fund, American Heart Association, and more. Everyone at Aura does what they can to pitch in and help the less fortunate.
Sometimes we think a yoga teacher should be swimming in money, if the classes are full, but then we find that the teacher, studio, or ashram contributes great sums to worthy charities. WHY? Because you can't take it with you so you might as well help those who are suffering. It's that karma Yoga mentality.
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