save yoga in schools

Edelbrock, Dánica
May 2013
Yoga Journal;May2013, Issue 255, p13
A letter to the editor is presented in response to the article "Student Bodies", which appeared in the November 2012 issue and was concerned with parents of school children who objected to yoga being taught in schools because they felt that it meant that the children were being taught Hinduism.


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