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Admittedly, I dont know too much about good locations for a yoga centre. But many countries serve tourists with many premium services. Tourists love yoga, massage, juice bars, and good food. Maybe you can open your wellness centre in a nice tourist location.

If you go to any island you will find yoga and massage in the expensive tourist area. You will not find yoga and massage in the poor areas of the island. Most tourists will not go to the poor areas unless they are looking for something illegal. If a person has money, why would he go to poor people's location. I can think of a reason but this has nothing to do with good health.

Pick a beautiful location where rich people gladly pay for premium services. Maybe as stated above you can work as an apprentice yoga teacher for experience and build a good reputation among wealthy clients.

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