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July 29, 2005 - 8:06 am
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Hi Maryann,

It is up to the students to be wise enough to realize if the yoga teacher they take classes with cares about them at all. You raise many good points, but it is funny how some yoga teachers do not permit questions during classtime. It has been said, "It will interupt the flow of the class." In comparison you encourage questions. This makes absolute sense.

Why would students stay with a yoga teacher who shows no concern for their presence? What if a student has a question about safety risk? It beats me why poor quality instructors manage to keep a following. Some yoga students really love the mistreatment and abuse.

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