Yoga assists enhance strength, flexibility and balance. Yoga teacher Marsha Wenig composes in ‘Yoga Journal’ that youngsters, as well as grownups, can gain from exercising yoga. Teaching children yoga isn’t the like instructing adults. Making the class more interactive and less rigid works better with a more youthful audience. When performing animal positions, you can have the children make the same sounds that the animal would. Include a few postures that the children will quickly have the ability to perform without over-exerting their still developing bodies.

Sunrise and Sunset

Step 1

Stand straight with feet shoulder width apart.

Step 2

Breathe deeply three times.

Step 3

Inhale and extend arms straight overhead, as high as possible.

Step 4

Exhale and flex over at the waist as far as is comfy.

Step 5

Repeat this activity 6 to 10 times.

Cat Pose

Step 1

Kneel on your hands and knees.

Step 2

Inhale deeply and arch your back up, like a feline that’s angry.

Step 3

Exhale and lower your pull back, pressing your tummy toward the floor.

Step 4

Repeat six to ten times.

Butterfly

Step 1

Sit on the floor with your hands in front of you.

Step 2

Bend your knees and rotate your feet inward so that all-time low of your feet touch each other.

Step 3

Place you hands on your feet.

Step 4

Straighten your back and lower your knees as close to the ground as is comfortable.