Laying the Foundation When it comes to teaching children’s yoga or any type of yoga, and probably any subject, every teacher must draw from the principles of their subject. This is what my teacher calls the motif. Without recognizing the foundations of your yoga, classes will just be exercise classes. There is nothing wrong […]
Be-Aware of the Iron Grip of Karma! I started teaching yoga, 10 years ago, because I thought it would be a great tool I could pass on to children, which it is. I also thought it would be fun and gratifying – and it (usually) is. I also wanted to teach more in the daytime […]
Accidents Happen You may have noticed that my old blog post asks, “Have you ever had someone pee on your yoga mat?” Well, you guessed it – that question comes from personal experience. It happened with a group of toddlers I teach in a Montessori School. For half an hour each week we have our […]
I am forever grateful for my first yoga for kids class for showing me what I needed to learn and giving me a challenge to overcome. Here’s the not so pretty story of teaching my first yoga class to children.