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Ex-Deloitte man brings yoga to the City

Former Deloitte banker James Muthana has set up an on-demand yoga service for London businesses

FORMER DELOITTE BANKER James Muthana has set his sights on more spiritual matters, launching a yoga-on-demand service for London corporates and business people.

YogaAt.com is billed as a “yoga-to-you” service of 50 instructors who can be called out at short notice to a location of the client’s choice.

Muthana saw a hole in the market after taking up the pursuit himself, and high-profile clients so far include Quintessentially, Taj Hotels and Citigroup.

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