Our Family's Doing Yoga—a new kids book by SonJoria Sydnor—helps to expand what yoga looks and feels like. Here, why it belongs on every child's bookshelf.
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This quick and fun practice is a great introduction to the physical and mental benefits of meditation. Plus, tips for how to help your kids build a meditation routine.
How can kids cultivate resilience and emotional health? Here, Mallika Chopra breaks it down with a simple guide and breathing practice excerpted from her new book on meditation for children.
This 25-minute kids yoga class, part of the Super Yogis Stay Home Challenge, uses fun mindfulness exercised to help kids understand the importance of honesty.
This 30-minute kids yoga class, part of the Super Yogis Stay Home Challenge, teaches calming breathing exercises.
This quick video intros you to teacher Rina Jakubowicz and the Super Yogis Stay Home Challenge.
This 25-minute kids yoga class, part of the Super Yogis Stay Home Challenge, is a great way to get some exercise and experiment with what happens when you hold yoga poses a little bit longer.
This 20-minute kids yoga class, part of the Super Yogis Stay Home Challenge, helps teach kids how to process hurt and build compassion.
This 30-minute kids yoga class, part of the Super Yogis Stay Home Challenge, helps get the wiggles out and focuses on being your own best friend.
As a girl, Mallika Chopra—daughter of the legendary teacher, Deepak—learned the transformative power of meditation. Here, she shares a one-minute breath practice for kids that can help ease anxiety immediately.
Take cues from your practice to help children handle social exclusion with yoga’s inclusive, compassionate, and community-centered spirit.
Adulting is hard, but so is kid-ing. In fact, kids are more stressed than ever. Meditation can give them perspective on their thoughts and feelings the same way it does for us. Try this practice from yoga teacher and author Susan Verde with your child.
Children have a natural proclivity for letting go of distractions and being in the moment. Teaching them how to harness it offers them access to their own resiliency, which they can use throughout their lives.
You can count on animals to make yoga fun.
Wild Awakening founder Michael Jaidev DeNicola shares how reconnecting our children with nature could actually save the planet.
Separation anxiety is common at different turning points in a child’s life. Try preempting it with yoga to help them cope and transition to the next phase with ease.