December 21, 2009 Correction by New York Post Regarding Power Brain Education Article
On December 21, 2009, the New York Post published this clarification on the “article in The Post on Nov. 9, 2009, about the “Brain Education” program taught in New York City schools referenced an Arizona federal lawsuit filed by former employees of Dahn Yoga. Power Brain Education is not a defendant in that lawsuit and its methods are not the subject of any allegations in that lawsuit.
The court in that case recently dismissed eight out of 10 claims brought by 26 of the 27 plaintiffs.
The court did not dismiss two claims against Dahn Yoga’s founder, Seung Heun “Ilchi” Lee, which he denies and continues to defend. The Post also referenced a 2005 wrongful-death lawsuit against Dahn Yoga brought by the family of Julia Siverls.
Power Brain Education and its methods were not the subject of that lawsuit.”
This clarification was made after Dahn Yoga Corporate Communications presented this official response to the New York Post –>