The holiday season can be busy and eventful. Take the time to slow down with your kids by learning new poses and getting into the spirit with a fun holiday craft. By taking the time to slow down we can relax and breathe.
Every year when I do the Halloween yoga lessons, the children LOVE to talk about emotions, dressing up, monsters, the good guys, superheroes, and so many other archetypes of human-ness. These characters help children understand right and wrong and emotions from a safe distance. It allows them to let messages in.
One day, Lara shared some stories about using our Autumn Yoga Sequence product in the classroom. She told me how much the kids loved the activities and lesson plans. But we felt that there was room for improvement. So we did just that. We decided to update our Autumn Yoga Sequence products… just in time for the Fall season to start.
How can we teach kids about honesty and non-lying? The Yamas and Niyamas is one way we can teach lifelong guidelines and principles. These principles give children the tools to make good decisions and form better relationships with themselves and others. Through this, kids will learn how to be honest and kind. Learn about Satya and Ahmisa with us.
Whether you are a teacher, parent, or student, you know there is a major shift that occurs when summer turns to fall. It can feel thrilling to know that we will all be back in a routine. Let’s be proactive and establish the habits we need to feel at ease, successful, and ready for what the new academic year has in store for us.
You're never too young to start doing yoga. Did you know that yoga practice can be very beneficial for babies? With proper precautions and care, it can be really helpful for their mental and physical development.
Life can be busy, so I find that sometimes it’s difficult to keep track of my daily yoga practice. Did I meditate today? Did I rest? Did I show gratitude to myself, others and the world around me? In my crazy life, I find that using a Daily Practice Journal helps keep track of my practice