On this week’s TAB Talks, co-hosts Jennifer Rash and Debbie Campbell talk with attorney Eric Johnston of the Southeast Law Institute and Rev. Clete Hux of the Apologetics Resource Center about allowing the practice of yoga in Alabama public schools.
Existing Alabama law bans the practice of yoga in K–12 public schools on the basis that it is in and of itself a religion, but several lawmakers in the Alabama House of Representatives are making strides toward overturning that ban, pointing to the health benefits connected to the stretching and exercise aspects of yoga.
Johnston and Hux explain their concerns with the potential of yoga being allowed as an option for local school boards. For more information, contact Johnston through his website at southeastlawinstitute.org or Hux through his website at arcapologetics.org.