Yoga Resources for Parents and Young Children

Yoga Resources for Parents and Young Children

Parents who love our teen yoga resources often ask for suggestions on titles for yoga with younger children, specifically seven and under. Here are a few of my favorites. Let us know what you would add to this list in the comments section.  BOOKS Yawning Yoga by Laurie Jordan Yawning Yoga helps quiet the noise and shifts children’s […]

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Physical Benefits of Yoga for Children with Special Needs

Physical Benefits of Yoga for Children with Special Needs

Special needs is a broad term used to describe children (and adults) with mild to profound medical, physical-motor, social-emotional, and/or cognitive issues. Children with special needs may be receiving care from a team of physicians and therapists. Their days may be quite busy with much time and energy spent between school, medical appointments, and therapy […]

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Introducing Eversees and the Magic Tree

Introducing Eversees and the Magic Tree

Six years ago, a beautiful, rhyming, poetic story came through me onto the page of my notebook. I wasn’t quite sure what to do with it at the time, so I tucked it away. Through a series of events that I didn’t plan–but that couldn’t have been coincidence either–those words have become the vehicle to […]

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Why You Should Try Service Learning

Why You Should Try Service Learning

Service learning is a teaching and learning strategy that integrates meaningful community service with instruction and reflection. Adding service learning to mindfulness curriculum can be a key towards opening the heart of youth participants to the world. To serve others is an act of love when it is based on reciprocity. My most recent journey […]

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