14 Nov2010November 14, 2010
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Kids Yoga Revolution!

There is a Yoga Revolution going on, and it’s all about Kids! Casey loves teaching yoga to kids, her own inner child shines through as they are learning fun games and poses and bringing on peace though practice! Yoga is more popular now than every before and our kids are starting to take notice. These...

13 Nov2010November 13, 2010
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How to Get Your Kids to Love Yoga

By Jaimal Yogis All yogi parents would love to see their children reap the benefits of yoga, but the surest way to get kids to run the other way is to force it on them, says Judith Hanson Lasater, an East-West psychologist and a yoga teacher. Realizing that children will rebel when forced into situations,...

12 Nov2010November 12, 2010
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So Many Benefits to Kids Yoga

Yoga is a form of exercise, meditation, and breathing practices with Indian roots designed to bring unity to the mind, body, and spirit. Adults have vouched for yoga for years, saying it makes them feel better physically, enhances their ability to concentrate, and brings tranquility to their lives. Now parents and yoga instructors are looking...

11 Nov2010November 11, 2010
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Tips to Make Yoga Easy and Fun for Kids with Disabilities

Talk to anyone who loves yoga and you will probably hear them say, “I practice yoga.” Even the greatest yoga masters think of themselves as yoga students. There is no such thing as the perfect yoga pose. In yoga, we understand that everyone has a beautiful body and that we all move in different ways....

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...

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...

28 Oct2010October 28, 2010
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Busy Moms! Stop the Craziness by Doing Yoga

Yoga is an amazing transformative process! Join me for classes, coaching, workshops and me, learn more… Because we live in a world where feeling stressed is inevitable, a lot of mothers get tired and worn out juggling and balancing their roles. Aside from having a day job, mothers also have to see to it that...

19 Oct2010October 19, 2010
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Catch Them When They Are Young: Yoga For Kids

Today’s kids are under so much stress right from school and in facing their parents and peers. Your child has to meet lot of deadlines and pressures right from homework to extracurricular activities to tuition and computer classes. And like the adults in their life, a lot of kids today are looking for ways to...