When yoga became a popular pose for a few thousand people, its practitioners became millionaires.
Now, a new generation of yoga practitioners has been hired to help pay for yoga studio rentals and to make up for the losses of the previous generation.
The business model has changed, and yoga poses are no longer the exclusive preserve of those who can afford them.
But the rules for business are changing.
As yoga practitioners begin to work in the business, they have been asked to abide by the new rules.
The new rules prohibit yoga studio owners from hiring any yoga practitioner without a Yoga Certification from a licensed yoga teacher.
In other words, anyone who sells yoga poses without a license must be a licensed teacher, or at least a certified instructor in yoga poses.
The rules also forbid anyone from renting yoga poses to any student without a certification from the instructor or yoga studio owner.
The new rules also require the yoga studio to have at least two certified yoga instructors.
The rules also bar yoga studio operators from working with anyone from outside of the state.
This includes yoga instructors who have passed an examination, yoga instructors from outside the state who are part of a program and yoga studios that are part or part-owned by a person from another state.
The yoga instructor rule, which went into effect in January, has raised concerns from some yoga practitioners, especially from students who are already struggling to find a yoga studio.
In a January letter to the city council, one local yoga instructor wrote that the rules would be a burden on local businesses, especially because of the financial burdens of not being able to hire a certified teacher.
“The rules are not only a burden, they are a hardship to yoga instructors, students, and even those that are not yoga practitioners.
It is a nightmare for the yoga community and a disincentive for anyone to become a certified yoga teacher in the city of Chicago,” the letter read.
The mayor’s office told the Chicago Tribune that the new rule was an effort to combat illegal yoga practices.
The city of Champaign has seen a dramatic increase in yoga businesses in recent years, and it has been a source of frustration for city leaders.
The mayor’s Office of Cultural Affairs, which oversees the city’s cultural and educational resources, says the city was the first in the country to pass the new yoga rule, according to the Tribune.
“This was the right thing to do,” said Chai Nair, a Chicago native and member of the Yoga Community Center of Champana, which owns several yoga studios.
“There are some people who are out there that are making money and others who are hurting the community.
And if we don’t help them, we will never solve the problem.
We are going to have to find some other way to help.”
The new regulations come on the heels of a report from the City Council, which found that in 2013 there were 5,895 yoga classes registered in the Chicago area, up from 4,719 in 2013.
The City Council is expected to vote on a new licensing system next month.
The rule also came as a shock to several yoga practitioners who are trying to build a business from scratch, even though they are not yet certified.
“I’m a yoga teacher and I’ve been practicing for 15 years and I was never certified to teach yoga,” said Kala Bhargava, a member of one of the new certified yoga studios in Chicago.
“But now, the rules are out and there’s a lot of pressure.
There’s no way I can continue teaching, and there is no way anybody can do yoga.”
In response to a question about the new regulations, a spokesman for the Chicago Mayor’s Office said: “This is a temporary measure, and we will evaluate it.
If we need to expand our enforcement, we’ll do that.””
As the yoga industry continues to grow, we must take additional steps to prevent unsafe practices and to protect the health and safety of our students and staff,” the spokesman added.