What’s really important for a child to know when in distress? A valuable lesson from my mom from that time when I was 15 and got in a motorcycle accident.
Looking for the benefits of Yoga for Kids for a proposal, advertisement, or even to convince your own children? These benefits just might convince someone that yoga for kids is a great choice. Benefits of Yoga for Kids All Kids Can Do Yoga: One of the major benefits of yoga for kids is that… Read More →
“I Don’t Want to Play If I Get Out!” At the end of a kids’ yoga class I announced, “Now it’s time for a game.” To which one child responded, “Is it a game where people get out? I don’t want to play if I get out.” Today’s blog post is about olympic spirit and… Read More →
Happy Thanksgiving everyone! A quick message of Thanks Giving for those celebrating today and those who posses an attitude of gratitude everyday. May you be blessed with a quiet moment to reflect on the things that you are thankful for. Here are five things I’m thankful for: The enthusiastic three year old who answered my question, “What is Bliss?” by pointing to her foot and saying….
Worry is imagining all the things that can go wrong. Its like creating a personalized haunted house in your head. Worry is illusions, smoke and mirrors, things that haven’t actually happened for real. This game helps us learn to laugh at the tricks of the mind and put the mind in it’s rightful place.
First off, take a look at this fun video of two Canadians, Rick Mercer (comedian/host) and Rick Hanson (Man in Motion hero/educator) blowing away all ideas of what one can and cannot do when one has a disability: Pretty Amazing, Eh! This Friday marks the beginning of the Paralympic Games in Vancouver. It’s another event… Read More →
A couple years ago I wrote about how I accidentally swore in a Kids Yoga Class. In my defense, it wasn’t a swear word when I was a kid! But this post about Yoga Music got me thinking about another word that has become TABOO in many kids yoga classes. The word? The word is: … Read More →