Posts Tagged ‘yoga’

The Needle: Downward Zoning Dog Edition

Yoga District: As readers of the Washington Post know, yoga is increasingly popular among D.C.'s gentrifying class. So you can almost hear thousands of myopic little twit types breathing a sigh of relief now that the city's Zoning Commission has moved to eliminate an odd quirk that made it illegal to operate a yoga studio [...]

Women: They Teach Yoga

The Post fronts the Metro section with a story on area women who have become yoga instructors as a way to deal with their stressful lives. It is, as one would expect, full of insights like, "Because it’s yoga, the students kept a meditation journal to help them connect with the harmony of the world. [...]

Going To The Mat Over Taxes: Loose Lips Daily

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Our Morning Roundup: The “Yogis Fight Back” Edition

This morning’s roundup is dedicated to those barking underdogs: the tyrannized standing up to the tyranny, the teens throwing pumpkin pies at the teachers, and, um, the yogis fighting for freedom of speech? Three yoga teachers in Virginia are filing a lawsuit questioning the constitutionality of  imposing license requirements on teacher-training programs. They argue that [...]

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