“mini yogis minute” tip of the week

Welcome to the "mini yogis minute" weekly yoga tips for teachers and parents looking to create a more fun, engaging, and effective practice for their children. Be sure to check out mini yogis teacher training for all the tricks of the trade!

Now that the new CDC guidelines are out and masks are no longer required for fully vaccinated people, the yoga world is breathing a deep pranayama of relief.

Classes can go back indoors, no masks, no social distancing!

But before you rush out to bring your children's classes back in studio, I recommend you talk to your students--the kids--first.

While this may seem like a straightforward decision--maybe one that would take place between you and parents--it is not that simple.

Keep in mind that children have been inundated with information--much of it very frightening--for over a year. They are suffering from stress, anxiety and PTSD over this experience.

Even if their parents are all in on indoor classes, it is a good idea to discuss with the kids first to make sure they are comfortable and ready for the transition.

And that's the mini yogis minute tip of the week. Check back every week to learn something new!

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"I was shocked yesterday that both of my boys (one who is ADHD and can't sit still for a second!) sat perfectly still during opening meditation and Savasana. It was quite amazing. I also really loved that [Shana] had the kids tell the class WHO made them special and WHAT makes them special."

- cara ramelow & her sons, ages 5 & 8


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