Yoga Faces Regulation, and Firmly Pushes Back
July 10, 2009 • News
An article from the New York Times.
“It seemed like a good idea at the time. Ten years ago, with yoga transforming into a ubiquitous pop culture phenomenon from a niche pursuit, yoga teachers banded together to create a voluntary online registry of schools meeting new standards for training instructors.”
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