Teaching Yoga to Boys

What happens when you are used to teaching one age group, then get a class with a whole new demographic? I got a letter about this from Jeri Cresson, a Graduate of our 95 Hour Training. In it, she shares what happened when she taught her first group of boys. Dear Young Yoga Masters, Over the past few years, since my training at Young Yoga Masters, I have been working exclusively with the preschool age group. I’ve used your methods,

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How to Become A Kids Yoga Teacher Free Video Training Webinar

A kids yoga teacher and kids around the paper sekleton they are creating, the teacher is engaged with the kids and ready to adjust her plan when needed.

We had wonderful participation in the free webinar video training over the weekend. I want to thank everyone for your great questions and feedback. We met, we talked, we learned a lot about becoming a kids yoga teacher. I appreciate all the questions sent in to make the webinar so informative and interesting. Here are just a few questions that were answered: What does it take to become a kids yoga teacher? What is different about the 95 Hour Training

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4 Keys to Teaching Literacy and Language with the Yoga Alphabet

Yog Literacy graphic Young Yoga Masters

When I introduce the Frog Yoga Alphabet resources to participants in the Yoga Literacy Certificate Kids Yoga Teacher Training, I emphasize that this can do so much more than help kids learn the alphabet. Why? Because letters make words, words make sentences, and sentences make stories. The foundation is letter learning but the yoga alphabet can take kids through all the stages of literacy. That’s why the Yoga Literacy Certificate is a cornerstone of the Kids Yoga Teacher Training. To

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Olympic-Themed Kids Yoga

Olympic Themed Kids Yoga

Olympics as a Theme for Kids Yoga Lessons With the Rio Summer Olympics well underway, we’ve updated old blog posts to help you incorporate the games as a theme in your classes. We hope you find these resources helpful when considering lesson plans, poses, and intentions for kids yoga.   One World, One Dream: Olympic Yoga While yoga is not (yet) an Olympic sport, there are ways to tap into the excitement of the Olympics to enhance your kids yoga classes.

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Easy Breathing Activities for Kids Yoga

Picture a classroom full of young students, some eager to move and learn while others remain nervous or disinterested. A kids yoga teacher asks the kids to sit still and close their eyes, and when they are ready, the teacher reveals a bubble wand and soap. While this simple prop introduction may sound insignificant, it promotes a safe and engaging environment while teaching incredibly relevant lessons.

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