Lenovo Yoga 7 has come under fire after a report surfaced that some of the yoga studios in the UK were allegedly failing to meet the government’s guidelines for studios.
The report said that in some of these yoga studios, which are not allowed to have yoga mats, the mats are not installed and the mats do not meet minimum requirements.
A spokesperson for the UK’s National Yoga Council told RTE that it has reviewed its Yoga certification processes and will take a close look at the report.
The Yoga certification process is based on a series of tests that are taken to determine whether the teacher is qualified to teach the classes, the spokesperson said.
“All certified Yoga teachers are evaluated in terms of their experience and their commitment to yoga and their ability to effectively lead students in class.”
In order to ensure that all certified Yoga instructors are working in accordance with the highest standards of teaching, they must be fully qualified, and we have received the report, and are reviewing it with the relevant government agencies,” the spokesperson added.
One of the studios which has been criticised in the report is Yoga Studio Yoga, in the West End area of Coventry.
According to the report published by the Independent, some of those yoga studios were reportedly failing to comply with the guidelines laid down by the government.
In a statement, the yoga studio’s spokesperson said:”We have received this report which details a number of complaints and is very disappointing that there are not more of these issues identified in our yoga classes.
We have a very stringent process for Yoga Certification which we have implemented over the past five years to ensure we are working with the best teachers and in the most ethical manner possible.
We are extremely grateful to the government and will be looking into the details of this report and will act accordingly.”
Follow RTE’s coverage of the UK yoga scene from the weekend: Tatiana Gourdon, who has been teaching at Yoga Studio in Coventry for more than 10 years, said the company’s students were very proud of their work.””
We are committed to our clients and students and are constantly working to provide a safe and comfortable yoga environment for our clients, our guests and our employees.”
Follow RTE’s coverage of the UK yoga scene from the weekend: Tatiana Gourdon, who has been teaching at Yoga Studio in Coventry for more than 10 years, said the company’s students were very proud of their work.
“It’s really cool to be a part of a business that has a yoga class and it gives you an opportunity to have a real conversation about what yoga is all about,” she said.
“The yoga studio is one of the main places in Covidnest to work and I think for some people that is a big deal, but for some of our students it’s not so important.”
The people that work there really enjoy it and we’re happy to work with people who really enjoy the work we do.
“Tatiana Gourdo, who is a yoga instructor and co-founder of Yoga Studio, said yoga is a great way to break free from stress and add to a positive mindset.”
I think yoga is the only thing that really helps you break the shackles of stress and anxiety,” she added.