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 […]
At Young Yoga Masters, we’re heading into the Inclusive Yoga Kids Yoga Teacher training and preparing interesting supplies like ribbons, stickers and foam noodles. Whenever I see these fun props gathered in front of me, I’m reminded of the many ways to engage children with wise planning of activities and lesson plans. In the Inclusive […]
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Earth Day Kids Yoga Earth Day is April 22, but lets think of everyday to be earth day! In honour of Mother Earth I have three strange and unusual yoga things planned for yoga class today: Earth Yoga: We lie down on the floor and begin jumping all parts of the body like popcorn. First […]
In previous posts we’ve looked at how to do the Sun Salutation with kids. In the next few post I want to talk about the meaning behind the Sun Salutation. Introducing these topics to kids can lead to an interesting discussion and you can find out what they think about it. Plus, looking at all […]
Last week in a daycare where I teach I decided to workshop the Sun Salutation in a unique way that kept my class of fifteen kids, aged 5 – 9 years old, busy for 30 minutes. I share the tricks I used to keep the kids attention and get them moving.