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Yoga for Children and Teenagers
With their sense of wonder, desire for knowledge and great physical flexibility,
children are natural yogis. And teenagers will be happy to know that yoga can help ease the everyday
stresses and pressures of their lives. These links will help introduce yoga to curious youngsters,
and to give teens some areas to explore.
||Yoga for Teens|
This is an excerpt from the book Yoga for Teens by Thia Luby. It includes basic information and
a half-dozen poses (with their animal equivalents).
||Meditation for Teens|
With her easy-to-follow instructions, Susan Kramer makes meditation simple and inviting.
||Art of Yoga|
Sabrina Mesko's site is really colorful and fun. This unique yoga instructor emphasizes mudras, or
||Digital High Yoga Feature|
A Monta Vista High School student experiences yoga and tells all.
||Yoga for Children|
This is a basic overview about yoga for kids. The books mentioned are all highly recommended.
||Yoga and Children, Part One|
Babies are yogis, pure and simple (when was the last time you could put your foot in your mouth -
without speaking?). In this article Jennifer M. Witkowski offers some tips on how to start your infant
on the road to lifelong fitness.
||Yoga and Parenting - Making the Connection|
Yoga can serve as a tool to strengthen the relationship between parent and child. Yoga instructor Chaz
Rough, who specializes in teaching Yoga to kids, offers a number of wonderful suggestions to make your
Yoga experience with your child truly special.
||Siddha Yoga Meditation: Children and Families|
Siddha yoga is very family friendly. A more spiritual form of yoga, emphasizing meditation,
contemplation and service over the physical aspect, it is naturally more community oriented, and
this page is an expression of that.
||Radiant Yoga for Children|
This set of yoga postures is specifically geared towards kids. Included are simple, childlike drawings
illustrating each pose, plus meditation and hints for happiness.
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