A church minister has forbidden an above-50s yoga group saying that the exercise is un-Christian.
Reverend Amanda Roper of Radcliffe, Manchester, was concerned that the tutors in the popular, gentle Indian activity - linked to Hinduism and Buddhism - could be preaching the rival religions.
And she feared the yoga group's 30 members, aged up to 82, could be "spiritually vulnerable".
Now the group - which for the last ten years has paid 60-pound a week to meet at Bridge Methodist Church in Radcliffe, near Manchester - is looking for new premises.
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