Tag Archives: yoga for kids
Posted on January 19th, 2015 by in Teachers Corner, Yoga

Reading, Writing, and Yoga: Tips for Yoga Teachers Working with Children

by Jane Rosen When people learn that I teach yoga to children, they react in one of two ways. Some think it’s cute—children are so adorable, and how precious it is to teach them yoga. Others shrink back in horror, certain that my young students are hyperactive and unmanageable, grateful that they don’t have to […]

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Posted on August 5th, 2013 by in Yoga

Yoga in the Schools

by Kat Olson One of the biggest perks of my yearlong internship with the Kripalu Yoga in the Schools (KYIS) program (an initiative of Kripalu’s Institute for Extraordinary Living (IEL)) is the fieldwork—going into our participating schools to interact with the kids, and working side-by-side with our amazing teachers and researchers. This past January, I […]

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Posted on May 15th, 2013 by in Outside Our Walls

Yoga for Girls in South Africa

Kripalu Yoga teacher Alex Singer was thinking about moving to Thailand to immerse herself in yoga and Eastern culture when she heard about the nonprofit organization She WinS (Sports Helping to Empower Women in South Africa), founded by Cindy Burns. Burns was recruiting young women to serve as role models in an after-school program in […]

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Posted on April 25th, 2013 by in Yoga

The ABCs of Yoga

Shakta Khalsa gives kids tools for life. Yoga for children, says teacher trainer Shakta Khalsa, isn’t just a scaled-down version of yoga for adults—it’s a whole different animal. For example, a teacher might lead postures by asking children to “make a mountain” with their bodies (that would be Downward Facing Dog) or become a “fearless […]

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Posted on March 28th, 2013 by in Yoga

The Yoga of Parenting

by Carrie Owens, guest blogger Parenting from a yogic perspective simply means that we invite inquiry into and reflection on our own personal experience. In other words, we search for our own truths. Being a good parent—or aunt, grandfather, teacher, or camp counselor—means different things to different people and there are no single answers for […]

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