family yoga

The whole family!

More Family Yoga!  It’s a great way to bond, to connect, to share some fun, and to build some memories.  Hopefully there’s a camera nearby!  If you want to try it at home, here’s fun dvd that will get the group involved.  Whale Yoga!  by Next Generation Yoga.

Family Yoga — Great Way to Connect!

I love Family Yoga!  It’s a wonderful way for the whole family to share some positive energy, good times, and really connect with each other.  It helps to lower the stress levels of everyone who does the yoga, all shapes, ages, and sizes.  Parents will come for the kids… and leave excited about finding some yoga to do for themselves.  If you haven’t tried family yoga, look for some at a studio or library near you. Or find a dvd to do with the group at home (a kids yoga dvd can be just the thing!).  More free ideas click here.

Destress with the Whole Family

Family Yoga at the Kearns Library last night was so much fun! We had many families coming to enjoy Family Night with each other and new friends. One partner King Dancer pose had 7 family members in it! There was a lot of laughter and noise — yoga in a library! But no one seemed to mind. We’ll be at Salt Lake libraries the first two weeks of Feb and March, check our website for locations. Get some books and dvds from the library and enjoy family yoga at home! greentreeyoga.org

Family Fun with Yoga

 Family yoga is one of my favorite to teach.  The kids have so much fun, and the parents are relaxed and get a wonderful introduction to the benefits of yoga.   If you haven’t tried family yoga,  you might like it!  Ask a local studio if they offer a class, or suggest they introduce it!  There are some free downloads to help kids relax and to give you ideas about how to integrate yoga into your family’s health plan at www.greentreeyoga.org.

What We Like

When the Body Says No: Exploring the Stress Disease Connection by Gabor Matte, MD (click cover) Wonderful and accessible insights into how our stress affects us, an important book for those working with children ~