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April 27, 2015
Look at this objectively before making a move. Who would come to a yoga class to complain about the music? What is her / his agenda? If all of your students are objecting to music in your yoga classes because of religious reasons, you better stop the music. If it's a few students , then you might try silent meditations or relaxations at a designated time to test the popularity. If it's one complainer, you might ask for your students for feed back when the complainer isn't around to incite a riot. Usually, one twisted person can complain loud enough to ruin the festive atmosphere of a party. So, make sure you get a straw vote before making changes to your yoga classes or teaching method. People who complain about music are hung up on small stuff and just looking for an excuse to make everyone as miserable as they are. I have two words for constant complainers - See Ya!
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