Does yoga violate religious freedoms in public schools? Local teachers say it doesn't have to
There are 3 comments on the Post and Courier story from Jan 27, 2013, titled Does yoga violate religious freedoms in public schools? Local teachers say it doesn't have to. In it, Post and Courier reports that:
Rachel Glowacki wears black yoga pants and a peaceful smile, poised to show 50 adults some basic yoga breaths and stretches.
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Since: Apr 12
#1 Jan 28, 2013
Yoga is not a religion. Yoga is a physical regimen . Prevention is better than cure. That's where Yoga comes. The sooner ,you start more benefits you get. You will live up to 125 taking out the junk food or abuse of your body you caused knowingly or unknowingly. No will never get ill.
#2 Jan 28, 2013
Well spoken :)
#3 Jan 28, 2013
I tend to view yoga as less religious and more spiritual. It's a peaceful meditation exercise that benefits mind, soul, and body. I can definitely see the benefits of incorporating it into a school setting.
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