We at the anti-yoga revolution don't support the criminalisation of yoga or anything that drastic. We simply promote the education of the general public as to the uselessness and in some cases harmfulness of yoga and the many better alternatives available.
Wrong. Yoga has no practical benefits, it gives people a self-esteem boost by setting them very easy tasks so once they've done them, they get a sense of having actually exercised when they've in actual fact achieved little to nothing. These people then think they feel better because of a placebo effect. Once people have been tricked into thinking that yoga has all sorts of benefits, they go out and buy the DVDs and equipment; it's a scam people.
Additionally, yoga causes over-extension of the spine, making you more vulnerable to spinal injuries and can cause women to carry their weight too far forward, putting them at even greater risk.
Lastly, for religious people out there, yoga flies in the face of most major religions and is akin to some of the tamer pagan rituals. For the Catholic church's view on yoga, see here.
A very detailed article covering all aspects of why Yoga is not a good thing is here.
Well, you're entitled to your opinion, but before you make your mind up fully, read the informative parts of this webiste, read through the linked articles and listen to the experiences of our members in the forums section. Then, based on the information provided, decide if yoga is really a good thing, or if it's an overblown quasi-paganistic scam with potential repercussions.
If you want to help the revolution, simply pass on our message. If you know people who do yoga, educate them on how useless it is and try to bring them to our side. The anti-yoga revolution is all about getting people on board, just get as many people as possible to join out cause though whatever means necessary.