Judge Rules Yoga Can Be Taught in Public Schools

A California judge rejected a claim that a yoga program offered at Encinitas, CA, elementary schools endorses religion and denied a request to suspend the classes.

San Diego Superior Court Judge John Meyer on Monday rejected a claim that a yoga program offered at Encinitas, CA, elementary schools endorses religion and denied a request to suspend the classes.

Stephen and Jennifer Sedlock, who have children enrolled in the district, filed the lawsuit against the Encinitas Union School District earlier this year. The suit sought to have the program suspended and claimed the classes violated constitutional protections against governmental esta

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