Yoga Studios Are Supposed To Be A Safe Space—How Has That Changed In The Age Of #Metoo?

In the awakening era of the #MeToo movement, should yoga teachers offer hands-on adjustments in a group class setting? And should studios be concerned that a yoga teacher’s touch, however well-intended, could foster an unsafe atmosphere?

By Erin Magner for Well+Good.

How the #metoo movement is affecting yoga studios.

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