Introducing a special free webinar – ‘How to Use Yoga & Relaxation to Settle Challenging Students & Create a Calm and Focused Classroom’ – presented by Aruna Humphrys. It’s happening in 3 days’ time. Find all the details here for this free limited time event.
Special Update: I’m a finalist in the Yoga Alliance Video Contest and I need your help to win! So I want to spread the winning with a special contest where you’ll have a chance to win the Frog Yoga Alphabet Teacher Training Package (Value $39). Contest open till September 13, 2012. See details here.
Children’s yoga has the power to transform lives. Today, I’m sharing a video I made because I was inspired by the theme of “Transformation through Yoga” and how deeply yoga touches the lives of all, big and small. I suspect your life has been transformed through yoga in a very powerful way too. In the [...]
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 [...]
That Sweet Child Said What? Imagine a sunny weekday morning at 9:15 am. You’re in a school teaching a thirty minute yoga class to 23 children ages 2 – 6 years old. You’ve also got two other teachers in the room to assist during the class. About 15 minutes into the class everyone is doing [...]
Do you love your iPod or are you more comfortable sticking with your CD’s? Are you getting the most from your iPod or MP3 player? Make the most of your children’s yoga classes with these technology ideas for your kids yoga music.
Pajama Day is a great way to break out of your routine and use the silliness to incorporate teaching moments into your lesson plan. It is a perfect tie in for bedtime yoga. Here are three of my favorites bedtime yoga activities:
One of my favorite pieces of spiritual advice came from Yogi Bhajan who said, “Be the forklift.” These three words can help solve some of the challenges of teaching kids yoga. Here is an example of a children’s yoga class plan that puts this advice to good use.
Here are 9 Ways The Hunger Games can Make Yoga with Tweens and Teens Fun. Use the trends kids already love to get kids doing more yoga!
3 Tips for Teaching Kids Yoga That May Not Seem Logical