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Keeping It Simple with Yoga.

Could it be that the now established "yoga industry" is conspiring to make our lives more complicated by getting us to shell out more of our hard earned cash on the purchase of totally unnecessary yoga gear and yoga wear? I mean seriously, do we really need egg shaped yoga blocks?
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