Copyright claimed on yoga

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Here's an article from sfgate.com about an attempt to claim copyright protection on yoga poses.  Should yoga poses be subject to copyright?  If not, how can we distinguish them from other things that should be subject to copyright?  [Copyright claimed on yoga]

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