MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) — Alabama’s decades-old ban on yoga in public faculties might keep in place just a little longer.
A invoice that will enable yoga in faculties stalled Wednesday within the Alabama Senate Judiciary Committee.
Throughout a listening to, two conservative teams objected due to yoga’s historic ties to Hinduism. The Alabama Board of Training voted in 1993 to ban yoga and meditation in school rooms.
The invoice by Democratic Rep. Jeremy Grey of Opelika would enable faculties to authorize yoga in the event that they select.
Grey, who started doing yoga as a university soccer participant, stated the invoice is about train and never faith.