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Earlier this year, Dean Broyles, an attorney affiliated with a small Religious Right legal group called the National Center for Law and Policy, filed a lawsuit in a California court on behalf of parents in the Encinitas Union School District.
The decision came after parents sued the Encinitas Union School District to stop yoga classes introduced to elementary schoolchildren in the upscale suburb just north of San Diego.
The student's of Encinitas Union School District attend two, 30-minute yoga classes each week in a program supported by a 533,000-dollar grant from the a nonprofit group that promotes Ashtanga yoga, the Christian Science Monitor reported.
Meyer said in Monday's ruling that yoga is a religious practice, but not the way that it is taught by the Encinitas Union School District at its nine campuses, the New York Post reported.
The lawsuit filed against the Encinitas Union School District by the Escondido-based, nonprofit National Center for Law & Policy may be the first of its kind in the United States and has gained international attention.
Attorney Dean Broyles filed suit on behalf of Stephen and Jennifer Sed-lock, parents in the Encinitas Union School District, asserting that a voluntary yoga program for students violates provisions of the California Constitution that provide for religious freedom and church-state separation.
The National Center for Law and Policy (NCLP) is representing a family that is suing the Encinitas Union School District for 'civil rights violations resulting from its inherently and pervasively religious Ashtanga yoga programme.
Encinitas Union School District (EUCD) has launched what is believed to be the US's most comprehensive yoga program for a public school system.