Yoga Documentaries Everett WA

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FYE
(425) 672-1770
Alderwood Mall 3000 184th Street SW
Lynnwood, WA
 
Video Factory
(206) 363-0839
1557 NE 145th St
Seattle, WA

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Blockbuster Video
(206) 417-0856
3050 NE 127th St
Seattle, WA

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Video Theater Movie Club
(206) 367-5100
12320 Lake City Way NE
Seattle, WA

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Videophile Inc
(206) 522-3035
1028 NE 65th St
Seattle, WA

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Cine Town
(425) 778-3863
22923 Highway 99
Edmonds, WA

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Top Video Etc
(206) 523-2224
10326 Aurora Ave N
Seattle, WA

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World Wide Video Of Washington
(206) 363-0056
12708 Lake City Way NE
Seattle, WA

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Amazing Heroes Toys & Video
(425) 889-5999
11232 120th Ave Ne
Kirkland, WA

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Reckless Video Inc
(206) 524-4473
9020 Roosevelt Way NE
Seattle, WA

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Yoga Documentary Examines the Business of Om

Yoga, Inc., a documentary by John PhilpEven if you’re not into yoga, you might want to grab an OM-centric friend and check out Yoga, Inc. , a documentary about the underbelly of the yoga industry, which is screening in San Francisco, New York and New Jersey this summer. The film, which was written, produced and directed by John Philp, takes an in-depth look at the Americanization of the ancient spiritual practice and interviews some of its major players.

Philp provided Pilates-Pro.com with a review copy, which I eagerly watched with a Pilates instructor friend. We were both struck by the parallels between what’s happening in the Pilates and yoga industries. The explosion in popularity of the two practices in the West has opened the door for capitalism to rear its head in ways that aren’t always consistent with the ideals of either one.

The similarities are many. In their early days, both disciplines got boosts from the celebrity set. Once it became clear there was money to be made, the intellectual property issues bubbled up—the Pilates industry dealt with its trademark demons a few years back; yoga’s version revolved around Bikram Choudhury’s copyright claim on his hot form of the practice. And each is dealing with whether to impose standards and ethical codes on its teachers, as well as the new phenomenon of chain studios. But yoga also has its unique issues—ever heard of “ competitive yoga ”? And what about the guy in New York who has a store selling...

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