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July 19, 2010

Yoga + Advertising.

Yoga + Advertising =

 

Notable Yoga Advertising: What happens when yoga meets the commercial world? Art? Or hype?

Elegant. Beautiful. Not Green. Not Fair Labor. Practical. Cute. It’s yoga + advertising:

 

This is yoga, on capitalism.

It’s neither here nor there. It’s a bit of both.

For awesome effective advertising, here.

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Ashley Dec 19, 2013 10:34pm

Tara Stiles and Kathryn Budig are celebrities that just happen to practice yoga. They both did an article for Pop Sugar saying people should buy a $220 bra, $350 Robe and Life Coaching lessons. There are so many people in the world in need of basic nutrition and shelter. How can they be what is celebrated in yoga?

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