Kids’ Yoga: Tools to Keep Your Class Engaged

August 14, 2014    BY Dee Marie

As we teach yoga to children, classic asana poses may be set aside to incorporate games, dance, song, and storytelling. The important thing to remember is that as teachers we are here to bring them into their joy. Basic tenets of yoga still apply, but we can add creative techniques that match a child's interactive learning style, such as adding animal sounds to pranayama practices. And when it’s time for shavasana, using creative visualizations can bring kids into their own form of stillness and quiet.

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Dee Marie
Dee Marie uses her extensive educational and practical experience in yoga therapy, child development, dance, sports training, exercise physiology, relaxation and meditation to provide private and class instruction for individuals of all ages and abilities in Colorado and nationally. Dee’s boundless energy and vivacious personality add a dynamic dimension of fun to her comprehensive instruction, knowledge and teaching.


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