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Hi Don,

Many teachers tell newbies to stick with one syle in the beginning and this makes sense because you will develop a good foundation. But later on, it is wise to branch your knowledge out. Once someone has been practcing long enough to feel complete awareness in yoga practice this should be no problem. You start to realize your personal practice can be customized for your body. In the case of Bikram: He would not agree, but his reasoning would be transparent. There is sometimes a protectionist motive for keeping students in the dark. Once again, students should use common sense.

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Parell

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