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Jodi B. Komitar is an experienced writer on health subjects for parents and kids. She has published several articles and other books on various health subjects such as yoga, meditation, and massage, including three Complete Idiot's Guides. She holds a MFA in creative writing from the University of Florida.
Love this book. I teach kids yoga classes and I constantly turn to this book for ideas. Jodi really knows her stuff.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
This book has nice descriptions and photos that show what the poses look like.Published 8 months ago by a seeker of wisdom
Just getting into yoga and yoga with the kiddos. This book is very helpful in creating an exciting practice.Published 14 months ago by Diona
Easy read with lots of great ideas for either teachers or parents or grandparents who want to do yoga with kids.Published 22 months ago by Ginny
I admire Jodi and find this to be a great resource. This book reflects her deep understanding of children and their response to YogaPublished on January 12, 2013 by Joan G. Manuel
I absolutely love this book! The title is a bit rubbish, but the content is amazing. It is clearly and beautifully written in a way that is appealing to both adults and children... Read morePublished on November 28, 2012 by Engsta
I haven't gone through the entire book yet, but it looks to have a little bit of everything for many age groups, which is just what I was looking for.Published on November 23, 2012 by skribble
a very hard to find book at an excellent price for its condition. my son loves it and sees the poses as play, relaxing for all and a lot of funPublished on October 9, 2010 by campingking