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In this second installment of how “CNN Got It Wrong”, DahnYogaVoice.com gives you deeper insight into Jessica “Jade” Harrelson’s character, shows you what really happened during those 3,000 bows, and points out the legal facts behind Julia Siverls case.

CNN Got It Wrong About Dahn Yoga (Part 2)

January 11, 2010

Janelle Rodriguez
Executive Producer
Campbell Brown Show, CNN

Dear Ms. Rodriguez,

The third report by CNN on the lawsuit against Dahn Yoga and affiliates was a capstone in a systemized program of distortions and misinformation. What incentive does CNN have for painting such a dire picture of Dahn Yoga and its founder, Ilchi Lee?  CNN could have had an Read the rest of this entry »

A reporter for Natural Health magazine in the United Kingdom recently took a Brain Wave Vibration class at a London HSP Centre. Here is her first-hand account of her experience as published in the February 2010 issue of Natural Health, which the magazine claims “is the UK’s leading glossy on complementary therapies and holistic living.” The UK’s Institute for Complementary and Natural Medicine says, “Natural Health is the only UK magazine dedicated to complementary therapies and holistic living, written by the world’s leading integrated health experts, life coaches, alternative therapists and spiritual gurus.“ It’s sold in Smith, the UK’s leading newsagent chain, and in supermarkets and bookstores across the country.

Feel the Rhythm

A new vibrational therapy from Korea is said to bring enhanced peace and enlightenment, but does it work?

Jini Reddy investigates

Can rocking my head back and forth really make me healthier, calmer, and more positive? Can it be that simple? That’s what I wonder as I head to a Brain Wave Vibration class in southwest London, visions of Spock-type mind-melds flitting through my too-stress grey matter.

The session is a core part of Read the rest of this entry »

Not only did CNN leave out important and relevant information in their broadcasts, but they actually got some facts just plain wrong. So we’ve prepared several videos pointing out some of their inaccuracies. Watch the first video below:

CNN Got It Wrong About Dahn Yoga (Part 1)

In Campbell Brown’s 3-part CNN Broadcast on Dahn Yoga, she repeatedly claimed she would show “both sides” of the story. As you can see from this website, CNN left out a lot of details.

As part of their “investigation”, they interviewed three Dahn Yoga employees at the office of lawyer Alan Kaplan in Manhattan, New York on December 23, 2009: Joseph Alexander (Dahn Yoga VP of Communications), Genia Sullivan (manager of CGI Holistic Fitness in New Jersey), and Michael Munson (manager of the Union Square Dahn Yoga Center in New York City). The interview started at 11 am and lasted for one hour. Although CNN filmed the interview, Dahn Yoga was only allowed to record the audio.

In their broadcast, they only aired a small part of Mr. Alexander’s interview. Although we would like to show the entire film footage of all three interviews, we do not have access to it. So we are sharing some of the audio so you can hear the important acts and opinions that CNN left out.

CNN’s Interview with Joseph Alexander

CNN talked about Dahn Yoga’s training techniques, especially Brain Wave Vibration, in its broadcasts. It said many practitioners called or wrote in to say that it works, but had a neurosurgeon claim it was pseudoscience.

Dahn Yoga and Brain Wave Vibration are complementary holistic healing methods that have not been conclusively researched by scientists. However, a few preliminary studies have been performed. Click here  to see a summary of their results.

The real test of Dahn Yoga and Brain Wave Vibration comes from its many practitioners. If you want to know what it’s like, and if it will work for you, visit any Dahn Yoga or Body + Brain Center and try a class.

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January 7, 2009

Janelle Rodriguez,
Executive Producer
Campbell Brown Show, CNN

Dear Ms. Rodriguez:

In last night’s broadcast about the lawsuit against Dahn Yoga CNN made no pretense at presenting a balanced story. Even though Campbell Brown kept saying “both sides” like a mantra, I could only see one—the plaintiffs’. As I have said before, CNN had access to a lot of information about the lawsuit and the people involved, but made an editorial choice not to use it.

Even though they had 27 people to choose from, they trotted out the same plaintiff for a replay of her accusations. What they did not show you was the other side of her story. The plaintiffs’ complaints, the defendants’ Motion for Reconsideration and an interview with someone who had worked with Jade all were potential sources of the balance Campbell championed. With all that information, why did they keeping getting the year of Jade’s alleged assault wrong? It’s not the only thing they got wrong. Somehow Read the rest of this entry »