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Ryan Kurth who owns an unlicensed business called Herbaculture Yoga but also markets it as a dance studio, but does not have a bond a dance studio is required to have. Herbaculture refuses to spend the money to add more poles to the dance studio since they cost $300-400 each, but he packs in 14-20 students into a single class at times.

This forces 2-3 girls to share a single pole. There are no anti-bacterial wipes in the studio and girls must switch off using the same pole within seconds.

This causes girls to come into contact with each others sweat glands. I am aware of two other girls who have contracted monkeypox and want to forewarn the public about the dangers of this business who puts profit before safety.

User's recommendation: Do not subject yourself to Herbaculture Yoga in Costa Mesa, an unclean place.

Preferred solution: Let the company propose a solution.

Herbaculture Dance Studio Cons: Herbaculture yoga is very dirty.

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Herbaculture Yoga Pole Dancing is crazy filthy and allows 18-22 girls to sign up for pole class but only has 6-7 poles, so you end up having 2-3 girls to a pole.

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