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Transcript of Yoga Marketing
A Hindu theistic philosophy teaching
the suppression of all activity of body,
mind, and will in order that the self may realize its distinction from them and attain liberation. What yoga is, what it is not Not a cult where people worship strange deities: What yoga is, what it is not Although poses are part of it, it is not meant for people to twist themselves into a pretzel... Market analysis and prior research: From Yoga Journal 2008 Market Analysis: Over 15 billion people practice yoga in US (most are women),
18 million say they are interested in beginning a practice.
From IBIS World: 7 billion dollars in revenue, employs approx 109,00 ppl * No companies
with a dominant market share!
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