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Posts Tagged 'kids yoga'

An Ode to Mothers

An Ode to Mothers

Vrtti Sarupyam Itaratra: At other times [the Self appears to] assume the forms of the mental modifications.(Patanjali – The Yoga Sutras, 1.4)

In his translation and commentary on The Yoga Sutras of Patanjali, Sri Swami Satchidananda writes:

“You seem to have lost your original identity and have identified with your thoughts and body. Suppose I ask you who you are. If you say, ‘I am a man,’ you have identified yourself with ...

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Unexpected Beginnings

Unexpected Beginnings

So here I am, one week into yoga teacher training in Santa Barbara. In a few days, I’ve learned more about my body, my mind, and my being than I ever thought I could learn.  And we’ve barely just begun.

I moved in a week ago to this beautiful home in Montecito that we’re staying in…. it’s absolutely gorgeous. I survived my first week, and decided this past weekend that journaling ...

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kid’s yoga for better concentration

kid’s yoga for better concentration

With the constant bombardment of media and other distractions, and the incredible amount of sugar most children consume, getting kids to focus on anything can be very challenging. But to grow into healthy, balanced adults, our children need to learn how to concentrate – for school, but also for the rest of life. Children are being diagnosed with various diseases and given legal prescription drugs to help them be able ...

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5 ways to get your children practicing yoga with you

5 ways to get your children practicing yoga with you

Yoga has so many benefits—from relaxation and stress reduction to building mental and physical strength. If you’ve made yoga a part of your life, you probably want to pass along the many benefits to your children. But how can you get these busy little people to stop moving long enough to engage in a downward dog and some deep breathing? Here are five ways to make the experience fun and ...

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