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April 27, 2015
There is some humor here. Who is qualified to give prenatal yoga advice? Only women? Only certified prenatal yoga teachers? Only registered yoga teachers?
Here is a similar circumstance. Should an unmarried priest or Guru give counseling to a married couple or a family? What if the solutions work, but the Guru has never been married? What if the Guru is married and the advice dsn't work?
Advice is usually free, but it is based upon opinion. All of us hope the advice we follow was from an informed opinion. For a man to give advice on prenatal anything - he did not get it from the sky. He may have done research or he may listen to his wife (XonixMann).
Regardless, should one become a drug addict to help drug addicts kick the habit? If a counselor has never been addicted to a substance how would that person know the answers? Research, study, and put knowledge into practice. That's what doctors do.
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