Create a Yoga Practice for Kids

Create a Yoga Practice for Kids

Create a Yoga Practice for Kids presents a fun and engaging way for parents and yoga teachers to introduce kids to the 3,000-year-old practice of yoga. Using imaginative theme practices (with such intriguing titles as “Poses that Melt” and “Poses You can do in Line and those you Cannot!”), poses named for funny and familiar members of the animal kingdom, and mind-melting relaxation exercises, this book encourages physical coordination, relaxation, introspection, laughter and creativity. With its explicit instructions and explanations of the benefits of each pose, it also provides an opportunity for kids and their parents discover yoga together

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ISBN13: 9780865344907Condition: NewNotes: BRAND NEW FROM PUBLISHER! 100% Satisfaction Guarantee. Tracking provided on most orders. Buy with Confidence! Millions of books sold!

What allows kids to use a lot of energy, make funny noises, relax, and learn to focus all at the same time? Yoga! While many yoga books present individual poses, this book explains how to create a flowing yoga practice that will holds kids’ interest while providing the benefits of yoga. Here is a handbook for anyone–including parents, teachers, and kids–who wants to develop a fun yoga practice. In addition, the book provides ideas for yoga games, yoga at a wall, more relaxation games, and five-minute classroom yoga. Yael Calhoun, M.Ed., M.S., is an author and educator who has been studying yoga for 15 years. Yael lives in Utah with her husband and three sons, who have shared their yoga practices with her from the start. Matthew R. Calhoun is a certified children’s yoga teacher and holds three certifications in hypnotherapy. He created yoga programs for children at the Chicago Yoga Institute and at Onward Neighborhood House. Matthew lives in New York

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