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Topic - Encinitas Union School District
Yoga is not necessarily religious, and teaching it in schools does not violate laws separating church and state, a Superior Court judge in California ruled.
An attorney representing a family bent out of shape over a public school yoga program in the beach city of Encinitas filed a lawsuit Wednesday to stop the district-wide classes.
Public school yoga instructor Katie Campbell proudly looks out at 23 first-graders as they contain their squirming in a child-friendly version of the lotus position.