Category: Yoga Kids Lesson Ideas (Page 1 of 5)

You Can Teach Yoga to Kids: Online Course Now Open

Are you ready to make a difference in children’s lives?

Welcome to our How to Teach Yoga to Kids online course. We are very excited for you to be a part of it!

Use this link to get Lifetime Access to the How to Teach Yoga to Kids Course.  You can get started now and complete at your own pace and time!

For a limited time we are able to offer this course for only $10. This course is priced at $40 and I am very confident you love the value and learn so much by enrolling now.

Included in your How to Teach Yoga to Kids  Course:

  • Discover what is kids yoga and how it differs from adult yoga
  • Learn how to teach yoga to children through exercise, movement, yoga poses, games, and mindfulness techniques
  • Recognize the benefits of yoga for kids and how to teach yoga to children that will give them the skills that will last for life
  •  Learn the top 8 breathing exercises and techniques will be taught that will help kids remain calm and focused in their daily activities.
  • Become aware of child-friendly yoga poses, games, exercises, and activities are shown that actually help children practice and remember the yoga postures.
  • Take the guess work out of what is really effective with teaching kids yoga and get the top recommended resources including books, props, games, and materials.

This course is also packed full of bonuses including:

  •  Kids yoga lesson planning guides and templates
  • Ready to use kids yoga lesson plans
  •  Illustrated yoga pose guide, the top resources for kids yoga, and a live yoga partner pose class with children.

A certificate of completion is awarded at the end of your course.

 Here is the link to your How to Teach Yoga to Kids Course. What are you waiting for?! You can get started now and complete and start impacting young lives today.

Please Contact Us if you have any questions or need help in any way, We are here to help you.

Thank you again for stepping up and learning How to Teach Yoga to Kids.

Partner Yoga for Kids Class

Bring a buddy  and join the fun for our Kids Yoga Partner Class with Go Go Yoga Kids at Athleta, Jordan Creek on Thursday, June 15, 2017 at 8:30 AM. No buddy, no problem. We got you covered! See you then!

Stay after class for some light refreshments.

See more fun partner pose ideas and tips here.  Get even more partner yoga poses with our Kids Yoga Challenge Pose Cards.

Fun in the Sun Kids Yoga Class at Athleta

Welcome Summer! What a fun morning spent teaching yoga to kids at Athleta.

We loved our Beach Ball Yoga Poses, swimming, surfing, and sunning on our yoga mats.

Want to practice our fun summer yoga poses? Get your Free Summer Yoga Pose Guide here or check out our favorite kids yoga resources.

You Can Teach Yoga to Kids

Create Kids Yoga Lesson Plans with our easy-to-follow guide.

Looking to create fun and easy kids yoga lesson plans? The Go Go Yoga for Kids Guide is just for you. This colorful, easy to follow guide contains the best practices for teaching kids yoga. Get your free Teach Kids Yoga Guide now.

 

Fun in the Sun: Free Kids Yoga Class at Athleta with Go Go Yoga for Kids

June 7- Fun in the Sun: Beachball Yoga for Kids

Have fun getting fit and flexible through yoga poses, games, mindfulness and more. Led by Sara J. Weis, kids yoga instructor and author of Go Go Yoga for Kids. Be ready for some fun!

Calling all girls who dream crazy big! Come check out our new Pop Up with Athleta Girl styles and join us for a summer themed kids yoga class! We will have fun working on yoga poses, games, mindfulness and more. Led by Sara J. Weis, kids yoga instructor and author of Go Go Yoga for Kids. Stay after class for delicious bites and hair braiding! All girls will recieve a hairband and one lucky girl will win a $50 shop card! Hope to see you there!

Grab a Buddy for these Fun Kids Yoga Partner Poses and Guide

Kids love yoga partner poses! They are fun to do and they build trust and community with one another and the group. These partner poses can be done at home, school, camp, yoga class or anywhere you have kids ready to try something new and have fun.

I try to incorporate partner or group poses in every kids yoga class as it gives everyone a common goal to work toward and builds confidence when mastered.

When I created the Kids Yoga Challenge Pose Cards, I purposely incorporated partner poses for some of the challenge poses. The partner poses are built on progression so gives the children a goal to work toward and it so much fun to achieve together!

Tips on working with partners for a kids yoga class

  • Try to have kids partner up with those of similar size.  All partner poses can be modified, but it is a good idea to start this way.
  • Have the partners get to know one another before practicing the poses. Take a moment for them to introduce themselves to one another and pose a few questions that they need to answer as something they are good at or a favorite game to play.
  • Have one pair of partners demonstrate the Partner Pose before everyone tries it. As the partner pair is demonstrating, this is a good time to talk about proper form and any safety concerns. Although yoga partner poses are safe and fun, it is still a good idea to remind kids to take it slow. They will naturally be excited to get right into the pose so this will help them remember.
  • After the partners have practiced the featured yoga pose for 1-2 minutes. Have one group demonstrate the pose one last time. Kids love to show off the poses with their partners.

Are you ready for a full kids yoga lesson featuring nothing, but partner poses?! Join Go Go Yoga for Kids at Athleta Jordan Creek this summer. Can’t make it? Grab your Partner Kids Yoga Poses here. It will be a kids yoga class that these children will never forget! These are poses they definitely will continue practicing on their own.

Get your Free Kids Yoga Partner Poses here.

Don’t miss more the additional fun Go Go Yoga for Kids partner poses here.

Be a Part of Kids Yoga Day with Go Go Yoga for Kids

Go Go Yoga for Kids is thrilled to be part of the 2nd Annual Kids Yoga Day on April 7th, 2017.  Imagine over 30, 000 kids experiencing yoga throughout all 50 states and 33 countries? Imagine the peace, love and mindfulness that this could bring throughout our future generation?!

For those of you local, Go Go Yoga for Kids will be hosting a free Kids Yoga Class. You are invited to join us. Please let us know if you are interested and we will give you the information.

If you can’t join us, please utilize these standing and sitting 5 minute yoga routines for kids and adults! These wonderful routines introduce yoga pose, mindfulness and only take minutes. They are adapted from Kids Yoga Day founder, Teresa Power, and her book, ABCs Yoga for Kids.

Lucky Leprechaun Spring St. Patricks Day Kids Yoga

Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

Get your Lucky Leprechaun lesson plan!

Don’t miss out with your free kids yoga lesson plans delivered monthly. Join our community here!

Want more creative and fun kids yoga games, lesson plans, and yoga themes for all ages? Check out Go Go Yoga Kids: A Complete Guide to Using Yoga with Kids to help get kids fit, focused and flexible while having fun!

 

Toddler and Preschool Kids Yoga Lesson Plan, Rhymes, Music and More

Inspire your young yogi bears, with these simple and fun ways to get young children moving, breathing and singing while having fun with yoga!

Guest Post by Erin Leach owner of Mama Bear Yoga

Warm-Up

I begin every class by singing the song “Wake-Up Toes.” If you’re not familiar with the tune, you can listen to it here. We sing this song from a seated position and wiggle each body part as it is named in the song. It is always a hit with kids in this age group!

Movement

I love using familiar songs and nursery rhymes to teach yoga to toddlers and preschoolers. Not only are they fun and engaging, but they add a language development component to the class. Here are a few of my favorites:

“Humpty Dumpty”

Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall (Squat down and wrap your arms around your legs to make you body look like an egg)
Humpty Dumpty had a great fall (Roll backwards onto your back with legs in the air)
All the king’s horses and all the king’s men (“March” your legs in the air by alternating bending and straightening your knees)
Couldn’t put Humpty together again (Flop your arms and legs down to the ground–SPLAT!)

“Five Little Speckled Frogs”

Loosely roll up your yoga mat to make your “log.” Stand on the mat and then squat down in frog pose. Each time a frog jumps into the pool, do a frog jump off of your mat. Listen to the song here.

“Hickory Dickory Dock”

(Have your child lay down with their legs up the wall before beginning the rhyme)
Hickory dickory dock, the mouse ran up the clock (Creep your fingers up your child’s legs, like the mouse running up the clock)
The clock struck one, the mouse ran down, hickory dickory dock! (Move your child’s right leg slightly to the right to mimic the hands of the clock, then creep your fingers back down their legs)

Savasana

Toddlers and preschoolers can be a bit wiggly, and getting them to stay in one spot for savasana can be a challenge. I like to have parents give their little ones a foot rub during savasana. It’s a great way for them to connect, and it makes the kiddos want to lay still for a few minutes. Starting at the ball of your child’s foot (just under their big toe), use your thumb and rub in a circular motion, making your way across the foot underneath their toes. Continue in this pattern working your way down the foot in rows. One you have covered the entire bottom of the foot, use your index finger and thumb to give a little squeeze and tug on each toe. Finish by cupping the whole foot in both hands and giving a gentle but firm squeeze. You can watch a video of me demonstrating a foot rub here.

Most of all, remember to use this practice to just slow down, forget about all other distractions, and enjoy some quality time with the special little yogi in your life!a

Get this printable lesson plan here:  Go Go Yoga Sample Class

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Erin Leach is a wife, mom, yogi, sometimes-crafter, and a Certified ChildLight Yoga Instructor (CCLYI). She is also currently enrolled in a teacher training program to earn her RYT-200 certification.  Before becoming a full-time at-home mom, she worked for over ten years as an elementary school teacher and counselor.  She also worked in private practice as a child and family therapist. Practicing yoga with young children and their families brings her great happiness, and she looks forward to the opportunity of sharing the gift of children’s yoga with you and your precious little cubs.

 

 

 

Kids Yoga Jungle Adventure Lesson Plan

Are you ready for a wildly fun time with kids and yoga?!

Check out Go Go Yoga for Kids Yoga Jungle Adventure Lesson Plan over at Mindful Teachers.

For more kids yoga lesson plans and games get our Kids Yoga Guide.

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