Taking Dahn Down
File under; Gurubusting, Satscams and The Siddhi of PR
Dahn Yoga is the darling of local TV news investigative reporters looking to target something culty. The latest inquiry took place in Phoenix, AZ, by local ABC affiliate ABC15:
Steve Hassan is a cult expert with more than 30 years of experience. Hassan said that he has counseled more than 15 former Dahn Yoga followers.If the hard-hitting reporting keeps hitting this hard, Dahn Yoga is going to be 'circulating' right back to Korea and straight up the ass of Ilchee Lee, the mega-monster fraudster who started it all.
“They are basically taking people's minds and substituting the Dahn mind in its place,” Hassan said.
Hassan said Dahn starts with the power of suggestion.
Our producer went undercover at one of Dahn Yoga’s seven valley locations.
The initial meeting was an energy check, which seemed more like a health diagnosis.
The Dahn Yoga instructor told our undercover producer that her spine was crooked, and that her kidneys were tight.
“That means you're not circulating,” the instructor said.
The instructor suggested treatment for our ailments.
The instructor told our undercover producer she needed at least one year of Dahn Yoga, at a cost of more than $1600. The instructor said it was the only way to get rid of all our ailments.
“I do not believe people in Dahn are qualified to make medical evaluations,” Hassan said. “There is a wealth of psychological problems that this group has generated.”
Nice try with the college recruitment "Body and Brain" clubs, though.