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so you want to teach yoga to kids…

People are always asking me if they need to take a full adult teacher training in order to teach yoga to kids. The short answer is no, you don’t have to take an adult training. The long answer is this: Yes. You definitely should take a full adult teacher training in addition to your kids’ […]

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best kid gratitude statement ever…complete with diagram!

i have already posted this on facebook and emailed to my lists, but i fear the brilliance may have been lost on many…so i must repost. at first glance, this is just a cute little gratitude bit. mini yogis student, age 8 (let’s call her rebecca, as that’s her name), makes a picture of what […]

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324 sun salutations

for solstice, i had my class do the traditional 108 sun salutations. er…classes…three classes to be exact. and i did it with them. let’s do the math. 108 x 3 = 324. i did 324 salutations in a day. 327 if you count my class of kindergartners that day. if you’ve never embarked on  your […]

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christmas + hanukkah yoga

As the holidays are upon us, I just wanted to offer two quick activities you can do with your kids: one is a Christmas activity and the second is for Hanukkah. Decorating the Christmas Tree: Have the kids break up into pairs. One will stand in tree pose (Vrksasana) with arms outstretched and palms facing […]

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hi world!

hi world, i’m here to talk about yoga for kids. but if you want to talk about yoga in general, i can do that, too. in fact, if you want to talk about life in general, that’s cool. we can even talk about the entire universe–in general–if  you like. or we can just talk about […]

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"I feel very fortunate that I found you for a yoga instructor. I really feel that it was through your instruction that I found the clarity to pursue a path of starting my own business."

- marilyn hikida, 
owner of barking baby, 
( adult) power yoga student


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