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Positive outlook on life. Continued practice of yoga results in a balance of many hormones and nervous system, which brings about a more stable, positive approach to life.


The popularity of yoga among children is increasing in the United States, with more than 8 percent of youngsters (4.9 million) practicing yoga in 2018, up from about 3 percent in 2012. Parents, caretakers, teachers, and grandparents can capitalize on this trending yoga boom to enhance childrens health and well-being. Children of all ages and sizes and varying degrees of athletic abilities can practice yoga, a noncompetitive form of exercise. One way to keep children engaged in a home yoga practice is to make it fun for them. If kids enjoy their yoga practice, they will stay engaged with it and reap its benefits of fitness, concentration, and relaxation. A fun global event that can help parents introduce their children to this form of exercise is International Kids Yoga Day (www.kidsyogaday.com), which happens annually in the spring. This year, your little warrior can practice yoga along with tens of thousands of children all around the world on Friday, April 9. No prior yoga experience is necessary to participate in this free event.


Not every child likes to follow what an adult is telling them to do, and that is okay. In many cases, the best way to learn a new skill is through self-discovery and some feedback. This makes using yoga cards meant for children a great way to teach them. Letting children explore and discover on their own can be an empowering experience. As long as you are there to guide, support, and facilitate, this can be a very effective way of teaching yoga.

Chamomile Kids Yoga 05/04/2021

Chamomile Kids Yoga Chamomile is a powerful herb for children. Have you ever tried it?! ~Stay Yogiful!

Family Yoga: Kids' Yoga Day 04/12/2021

Family Yoga: Kids' Yoga Day Join us as we celebrate International Kids’ Yoga Day with a trip around the world! The mission of Kids’ Yoga Day is to make the life-changing practice of yog...


To keep little minds focused and quiet before class begins, I like to leave art materials by their mats in case kids arrive early. We start class with an introductory focus activity to bring everyone together, like a yoga song or name game to introduce new members. Next, practice a nice warm-up like a Sun Salutation or a dancing game. Then, present the main part of the class such as an age appropriate yoga story, yoga dance or AcroYoga. End the session with a short breathing exercise or mindful meditation. The Tibetan singing bowl is also a huge hit with the kids.

Kids Yoga and Story Time: Dear Zoo 01/11/2021

Kids Yoga and Story Time: Dear Zoo Kids Yoga is so much fun πŸ§˜β€β™€οΈ 😁 Today we are bringing story time to life! Move with us through the fun and engaging Children's Book: Dear Zoo (Written by R...


Let The Children Feel And Know That They Are Part Of The Class  If you ever had in mind that we are there to show the children what to do, well&from my perspective, it is completely the opposite. We are there to be the facilitator. We hold the space. We navigate the energies, almost as conducting an orchestra. Invite the children to show you what they need. Create space for them to show you what is on their mind. Choose from time to time poses that the children do occasionally during the class. Acknowledge that you have noticed what they do, mention it to them, and always remember to thank the child whose pose you chose for their idea and contribution. Weave these opportunities in your class. It will make miracles.


Their little bodies and expanding minds obviously differ from a grown adult. And whilst most adults want to attend a yoga class, this may not always be the case with children. Often it is the parent's idea to send their child to attend a class, and some children may arrive tired, hungry or struggling with personal issues. And whereas adults repress their feelings, children do not. This can make it tricky to hold a class together. Be patient, compassionate and find something positive to highlight about their practice. It is also a good idea to have other activities available to fit each students need. Offer them the option to participate by observation or maybe color a mandala instead. Remember yoga can be more than physical asanas.

YOGA FOR KIDS 07/18/2020

YOGA FOR KIDS Join Jessica and Ava in this yoga sequence designed for kids! In this yoga set we use twists and plank poses to build strength and balance, while we let the ...

Kids workout 1 Beginners 07/16/2020

Kids workout 1 Beginners 15 Min workout. Teach a child how to get in shape with exercises. Maurice takes you through a beginning workout for kids of all ages, even teens and adults. ...


Simple: Yoga is FUN!” β€œYoga is a fun way to learn about what your body and mind can do.” β€œHow would I explain toga to kids… with simplicity, engaging language at their level, and lots of imagery. Create games, allow individuality and expression, then comes the calm.


Children of all ages can do yoga. Babies can start from six weeks (before that it is more important that mom and baby get to know each other, learn to work together, and rest). From six weeks on, baby yoga enhances bonding and helps babies develop body awareness.


Yoga helps kids to:
1.Develop body awareness.
2.Learn how to use their bodies in a healthy way.
3.Manage stress through breathing, awareness, meditation and healthy movement.

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