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The Kids' Yoga Deck: 50 Poses and Games Book Supplement – June 23, 2006
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I guess I'm writing in response to the oh, please review. That parent might wish to take a second look from a different perspective. I am an instructor and know the value of good instruction with a qualified teacher, but kids just naturally do yoga! Parents can use common sense to help kids practice safely at home. This deck stimulates creativity. Yoga for kids is FUN!!! So many things in life are serious enough. I am serious about my own practice, but light-hearted, too. I have Babar's Yoga for Elephants (LOVE IT!), but that is a little too "old" for my son, as yet. This deck he has been using since his third birthday. The illustrations are light-hearted and bright! The names reflect things found in nature and our world. The author named parsvottanasana "pyramid" and pascimottanasana as "river" in this deck. She uses imagery i.e., "Imagine that your legs are the sandy river bottom and your spine is the water flowing down." Pyramid works! Your legs need to be really strong and stable to hold this pose, like a pyramid. Maybe the cutesy name referred to was "upside-down gorilla." (The deck is recommended for ages 4 and up. I wouldn't use some of the names with my adult classes, unless the intention of the class were PLAY!, maybe! but this deck is intended for children. A lot of the names match the English translation of the Sanskrit.) The author knows that kids loooooove imaginative play! She gives suggestions for encouraging kids to use their imagination within the poses to get a real feeling for the poses as they practice.Read more ›
The art is fantastic and children love the images and colors.
I highly recommend this deck, for teachers, parents and children
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I had a deck of photos of kids doing yoga poses, but I lost it. I got these to replace them. I was worried that the pictures were too abstract compared to the photos. Read morePublished 3 days ago by lisa.nez
Poses are easy for me to follow but pictures could be a little more detailed and interesting for my 4-7 year old students to understand.Published 13 days ago by Amazon Customer
We bought this several years ago when my kids were 3 and 5. Each card has a different pose on it and on the back are instructions as well as other activities and breathing... Read morePublished 1 month ago by tajabah
I am such a fan of the Yoga Deck series. I have had the original Yoga Deck for ages, own the Yoga Deck II and the Pregnancy Yoga Deck. Read morePublished 1 month ago by bryrama
My students love doing these after their math lessons. A great way to calm them down.Published 2 months ago by SandFam