30 Mar2012March 30, 2012
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8 Creative Ways to Share Yoga with Children

By Alexandra Moga As a kid’s yoga teacher, I get the chance to explore artistic, creative ways of sharing the practice and its benefits everyday. What’s more, working with the supportive and inspired team at Bent on Learning, NYC’s largest non-profit bringing yoga and meditation to public schools, has helped me develop way to share...

28 Mar2012March 28, 2012
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Kids Yoga in the classroom

The elements of stress relief are catching on for even the youngest kids — many of whom face intensifying obligations in daily life Their yoga practice will intensify to help the children deal with No Child Left Behind testing in March. “There’s a lot of high-stakes testing for No Child Left Behind,” said Deborah Collins,...

26 Mar2012March 26, 2012
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Spiritual Food: Clean Healthy Eating for Yogi Kids

Spiritual Food: Clean Healthy Eating for Yogi Kids Nutrition plays a large role in how we feel.  Especially for growing children, it’s important to pay attention to how food affects their wellbeing.  It’s interesting to notice how much of our children’s energy (not to mention our own) revolves around eating.  Spurts of energy and low-lines...

23 Mar2012March 23, 2012
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Partner Yoga for Kids (Video)

Partner Yoga for Kids Kids Yoga Teachers/Parents check out this great video by Next Generation Yoga Founder, Jodi Komitor I love the respect, honor and acknowledging each other. Jodi explains it all so well, along with Affirmations, pictures and so much love connecting with each other.

22 Mar2012March 22, 2012
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Denver Parents Night Out ~ Kids Yoga Time!

Kids Yoga Guide creator presents…. Parents Night Out ~ Kids Yoga Time! 6-8pm March 23rd Enjoy some time to yourself while Casey Feicht and Karly Comfort guide your kids through a fun-filled evening of yoga, storytelling, yoga games, an art project and wind-down exercise. Space is limited, and cost is $20 for the first child,...

21 Mar2012March 21, 2012
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Neuroscientist touts benefits of meditation for Kids

Neuroscientist touts benefits of meditation for kids Richard Davidson  co-authored book, The Emotional Life of Your Brain Simple meditation techniques, backed up with modern scientific knowledge of the brain, are helping kids hard-wire themselves to be able to better pay attention and become kinder, says neuroscientist Richard Davidson. Davidson — who will speak at the...

19 Mar2012March 19, 2012
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Freedom to Be! The Yoga Between Parents and Kids

“If you really love a person (child, parent, friend, lover, etc.), you will give him or her absolute freedom—that’s a gift of love.  And when there is freedom, love responds tremendously.” -Osho To say the words freedom and love in a single sentence sounds very poetic and maybe even obvious to some.  Put into action,...

16 Mar2012March 16, 2012
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5 Tips for Tech-Wary Kids Yoga-Loving Parents

5 Tips for Tech-Wary Yoga-Loving Parents The New iPad is here, I am going to get one finally, I am so grateful for Rachel and sharing this great article.. leave you comments below. 😉 Happy iPadding. By Rachel Glowacki iPads are at the top of the wish list this holiday season. In fact, 44% of...

14 Mar2012March 14, 2012
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30 Dr. Seuss Quotes that can change a kids life!

It’s all KIDS YOGA! I just had to share this, my daughter and I read Dr. Seuss and he is just classic at getting kids to do good things. To learn to share KIDS YOGA with your children, click here! Which one is your favorite? Leave a comment below and let us know. 😉 [Via:...

12 Mar2012March 12, 2012
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Modeling Non-Violence to Children: Creating Sustainable Peace

Modeling Non-violence to children is important not only because it promotes peace in the future, but also because it creates peace in the present.  As a parent, school or yoga teacher being a model for kind and compassionate living is about creating peace in your life and displaying the joy and ease that is possible...

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