10 Nov2010November 10, 2010
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A Yoga Mom’s Grace-filled adventures… Part 2

A few weeks back my daughter Grace kept me on track with living a yogic lifestyle by motivating me to take her to “Trunk or Treat” at Mile Hi Church (a family friendly safe experience). I hadn’t planned it, as I have been in a funk lately (mostly due to the ongoing up and down...

09 Nov2010November 9, 2010
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Yoga for Kids – Take the Practice Home – Part 3 of 3

By Marsha Wenig If you’re planning to teach yoga to kids, there are a few general things to know that will enhance your experience. The greatest challenge with children is to hold their attention long enough to teach them the benefits of yoga: stillness, balance, flexibility, focus, peace, grace, connection, health, and well-being. Luckily, most...

08 Nov2010November 8, 2010
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Yoga for Kids- A Childs Way – Part 2 of 3

By Marsha Wenig Yoga with children offers many possibilities to exchange wisdom, share good times, and lay the foundation for a lifelong practice that will continue to deepen. All that’s needed is a little flexibility on the adult’s part because, as I quickly found out when I first started teaching the practice to preschoolers, yoga...

07 Nov2010November 7, 2010
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Yoga for Kids Part 1 of 3

By Marsha Wenig When presented in a child’s language, yoga can help counter the stress experienced by young people living in a hurry-up world. Our children live in a hurry-up world of busy parents, school pressures, incessant lessons, video games, malls, and competitive sports. We usually don’t think of these influences as stressful for our...

06 Nov2010November 6, 2010
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Calm Kids Yoga

By Diane Anderson and Kaitlin Quistgaard Of course you want to share your love of yoga with the little ones in your life. After all, yoga improves flexibility, strength, and body awareness—and even calms kids down. Luckily, it’s easy to find books and DVDs to help parents inspire a budding yogi. Here are a few...

05 Nov2010November 5, 2010
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Asana Built for Two

Want to make yoga a family affair? Here’s a sequence to get you started. By Andrea Ferretti, sequence by Kate Roades There’s never a dull—or quiet—moment in Kate Roades’s yoga classes for kids. “Oh, it’s never silent,” she says, adding that chatting, laughter, and audible groans are the norm. Just recently a little student quipped...