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06 Feb 2004

the yoga forum
Is this only intended as a question/answer type format for the yoga doc - or a 'proper' forum where participants are encouraged to post topics and interact in debate with like-minded people?

The yoga doc's comments are informative and it is great to have an expert at hand - but I would relish seeing this board develop into a 'real' community forum. There are a lot of people out there who I'm sure would only be too happy to share their personal yoga experiences and valuable advice with novices like myself, or post news pertaining to the discipline, but I get the sense that most people post a question and then sit around waiting for the yoga doc to make an appearance, instead of interacting with each other.

Doesn't anyone else have an opinion on the subject?
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01 Jan 0001

Dear 2 cents, thanks for your comments and I must say that I agree completely. I'm not even sure if there are any Yoga Masters or "Experts" left anymore and its more likely that people just share their personal experience of what yoga is to them - that’s certainly what I try and do. I will continue to try and answers the questions posed, sometimes researching first if I don't know something, but it would be excellent if this was more of a participative forum.
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