Christina Michelle Sauer 
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Re: “Richmond City Jail Abruptly Ends Its Much-Praised Yoga Program

As a Nurse who cares, an avid daily yoga practioner all thanks to Robbie, and former employee of the jail who has seen how they do things up close, it hurts me to watch this happen.

I feel for the inmates, trapped in cages of their own design, who are now to do without a man who sought only to help them free themselves, with this yoga, from the vicious cycle of a system designed to line the pockets and feed the egos of those at the top -who remain disconnected from the population they serve, and from the real truth, so long as the public stands for it.

This act seems such a great injustice, and the jail would have it go unnoticed, free of criticism. How can we make those who run the system ask the right questions, like how to make peoples lives better, to reconnect those who have lost their way? I think we must demand better for the sake of people like Robbie Norris who founded Richmond City Yoga for the sole purpose of doing something to help inmates when no one else seemed to care.

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Posted by Christina Michelle Sauer on 12/01/2015 at 9:01 PM

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