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assigning omwork

i have this precious eight-year-old who loves school, loves reading, loves homework. clearly, i don’t have to mention that she is a pretty special kid. the other day, at the end of class, she enthusiastically suggests: “you know, this is a class…you should assign homework! can you give us some homework?” by the smile on […]

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swing, baby, swing!

man, i hate to publicize this even further…but have you seen this video??? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FnRmBD1I1kM abc news goes so far as to call this woman, lena fokina, a yoga guru! seriously??? when i first saw lena’s full-length video a year or two ago (sent to me, of course, by a horrified parent), i thought it was […]

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mission complete!

hopefully, everyone knows by now not to put anything on facebook that could come back to haunt you. i speak from experience, so take my word. one of my students (age 13) found a photo of me online and will never let me live it down. the picture? well, it has nothing to do with […]

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mais oui! non?

you know your is pretty mal when parisian four-year-olds rirant hysterically every time you parlez. i was teaching in paris over le weekend and even though it was billed as “taught in anglais”, i thought it would be a bon opportunity to dust off my cinq ans of high school francais lessons. keep in mind, […]

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kiddie crushes <3

so, i have this class that currently has four little girls in it, ages 3.5 -5. and a five-and-a-half year old boy tried out the class. an older man. it was enough of an event that all the girls actually put shorts on under their cute pink skirts in a rare act of modesty. some […]

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kiddie crushes <3

so, i have this class that currently has four little girls in it, ages 3.5 -5. and a five-and-a-half year old boy tried out the class. an older man. it was enough of an event that all the girls actually put shorts on under their cute pink skirts in a rare act of modesty. some […]

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"[The teacher training] was an inspired and exquisite time. I look forward to sharing all the wonderful tools and joyful movement with all my little yogi stars and their parents. The whole world needs more mini yogis!!!"

-khefri riley, 
teacher training graduate, 
founder of khefri urban goddess lifestyle



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