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Best Practices for Yoga in Schools (Yoga Service Best Practices Guide) (Volume 1) Paperback – October 27, 2015
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-- Patricia Jennings, Professor at UVA Curry School of Education, author of Mindfulness for Teachers
"This is a remarkable effort; a sage, inspiring, pragmatic and well presented manual of best practices for every one seeking to provide "safe, effective, inclusive, and sustainable" yoga classes in schools. The collective wisdom and experience is immediately apparent."
-- John Kepner, Executive Director: International Association of Yoga Therapists
-- Hala Khouri, M.A. E-RYT, Co-founder Off the Mat, Into the World, Somatic Counselor, Yoga Teacher and Mother
About the Author
Jennifer Cohen Harper, Editor, is dedicated to making yoga and mindfulness practices accessible to all children. She is founder of Little Flower Yoga, and the School Yoga Project, directly serving over 3000 NYC school children a week, and many more through a network of over 500 trained teachers. Jenn is vice president of the Yoga Service Council, and author of Little Flower Yoga for Kids: A Yoga and Mindfulness Program to Help Your Child Improve Attention and Emotional Balance.
Top Customer Reviews
1. sound and practical suggestions based on extensive experience
2. solid research base
3. a non-prescriptive approach that allows the people on the front lines to be interacting with their location and target audience - whether the administration, the parents or the kids themselves - in the most authentic way possible based on what is actually happening, rather than feeling like the suggestions don't fit the reality of the circumstances in which they are working.
a thorough, well-written and well researched guide written with heart and discernment. Well worth the read for anyone working in this field, and I look forward to future guides written in the same spirit by these authors.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
“This publication is a White Book, sometimes also referred to as a White Paper.” It offers comprehensive guidelines for anyone getting ready to, or already in the process of... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Esther Carole Brandon
important information for anyone bringing yoga into the schools...Published 4 months ago by Julie Daniel