Facebook Pixel

Comment Reply

EmpowHER Guest

There is something really funny came out of reading this article. To quote: “One of the exercises, known as "bow training," involved deep knee bends to the floor to a prone position and back up again, with hands raised high over their heads. Miller, who has joined the lawsuit, says once she had to do 3,000 of the exercises -- "Which took about 10 hours, and we didn't eat or drink during that time."”

My first thought is...why wouldn't you just stop. How many people exercise for 10 hours? Did this man hold a gun to their heads and force them to complete the exercise regime?

I have joined several exercise programs over the years and none of them felt like a cult or were portrayed to be civil servants to an underlying “red tape” for the company. They all cost money to join and sometimes are pretty expensive but this seems pretty far fetched. I think 'disgruntled workers' would be the best headline here instead of Yoga Cult.

January 9, 2010 - 10:40am


Enter the characters shown in the image.
By submitting this form, you agree to EmpowHER's terms of service and privacy policy