Do you know your kid’s anatomy? To teach kids we recommend a foundation in anatomy about kids and also fun ways to teach anatomy to kids. We do a day and a half of this in our Kids Yoga Teacher Certification. Yoga Alliance required 10 hours of anatomy training for Children’s Yoga Teacher Certification. Anatomy [...]
After each Module of Kids Yoga Teacher Training new teachers express their gratitude for the opportunity to train with real kids present. Seeing kids do yoga illuminates the difference between yoga with kids and yoga with adults. Here are some of lessons of doing yoga with real children.
Four things today…
1. The Free Kids Yoga Teacher Training Webinar Replay is now live. 2. Free Class for Kids Announcement. 3. Free Kids Partner Yoga Tip. 4. Last Call – to join the NEW weekend of Kids Yoga Teacher Training – What I See, I Can Be.
A Special Announcement: After receiving numerous requests, I’m putting out the welcome mat on a new Kids Yoga Teacher Training and I’m proud to officially launch the Young Yoga Masters, Registered Children’s Yoga School! Consider these 3 Recommendations to look for in a Kids Yoga Teacher Training.
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 [...]
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 [...]
3 Tips for Teaching Kids Yoga That May Not Seem Logical
After fourteen years I changed my Yoga Hello Song! Listen to the song with this class of twenty students ages 2 – 6 years. It’s a great yoga song to tell children exactly what you want them to do to get ready for yoga. The words and movements are included.
For me, being a teacher is a lot like climbing the Himalayas. There are many peaks and valleys on the path. I had a choice to make, either go forward or go back, but I couldn’t live in the valley.
If you’re a registered yoga teacher you’re probably required to take continuing education courses. Today I let you in on my experience of a training that is like no other I have taken. One I recommend for continuing education in yoga for youth.