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.
Find out what doesn’t work BEFORE you are with the kids. These three poses require more time and energy to teach to kids. Knowing which poses they are can enhance your kids yoga classes.
Animals Do Yoga… and So Do I book by Angela Faith Miller, illustrated by Susie McColgan US $12 softcover, $18 hardcover This book review comes with thanks to the author, Angela Miller of AnimalsDoYoga.com. She sent me two complimentary copies. One I used in my kids yoga classes to see how it worked with real [...]
Getting to the Podium: Try a little Partner Yoga for Valentine’s Day A Gold Medal Week for Kids Yoga Themes Those who work with kids know it can be a challenge coming up with themes for kids yoga classes. Often we turn to current events for ideas and this week we’ve hit the jackpot! Not [...]