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April 27, 2015
One point to mention.
You said, "Much as some may dislike, many of these Registries are trying to influence Government and Professional bodies to recognize their standards as the minimum requirements for Yoga teaching eligibility. In the absence of any alternatives, coupled with the enthusiasm of Registries to push their case, it seems that authorities would succumb in the interest of the safety of their citizens. So, perhaps joining these registries may be beneficial."
I agree - "may be beneficial," but in the US each state has its own regulations and they won't listen to yoga alliance. They never did in the past and they won't now. The point being the states have their own agendas that has nothing to do with yoga and everything to do with taxation.
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