Category Archives: Yoga Games

Using Yoga to Support Speech and Language Development

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Written By Erica Ortiz Pediatric Speech Language Pathologist, MCD, CCC-SLP, RYT 200 In my last post, we discussed some benefits of yoga for children, particularly for children with developmental delays or disabilities.  Today, I’d like to share how yoga can support speech and language development.   Learning Readiness: Yoga’s focus on mindfulness breathing and movement typically helps to […]

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The Thankful Yogi Guide

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Thanksgiving and yoga go hand in hand. Thanksgiving is about gratitude and taking time to acknowledge all the beautiful and wondrous people and things that have touched your heart. Take time to reflect together on what gratitude truly means. Discuss how you can show your gratitude. Here are some yoga activities you can incorporate into family […]

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Halloween Yoga

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Happy Halloween Yogis! Let’s do some spooky yoga! “Boo Breath”: Inhale through your nose and let it out through your mouth while saying “boooooooo”. Try it loud and then work your way down to a whisper. Haunted House Adventure: Do your “mummy walk” as you creep through the enchanted forest looking out for the sights, […]

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Yoga Pose Contest

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Join us for BKY’s annual yoga photo contest! The contest is simple, fun and a good way to get the family involved in doing some yoga. 1. Take a picture of your child and/or family members in their favorite yoga poses. 2. “like” the Bliss Kid Yoga FB page if you haven’t already. 3. Post […]

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Slow it down…

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Slowing Down We are always on the move. So many things to do and not enough hours in the day. It’s no mystery that our kids can’t slow down either. With all the activities, “to-do” lists, events, emails and more it is important to give children the tools to combat stress and learn healthy habits for life. […]

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Breathe and Draw: Breath as Art

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“Breath is central to yoga because breath is central to life, and yoga is about life.”-T Krishnamacharya   Breathe and Draw is a breath awareness activity for children. This activity is used with children generally elementary age and older. To read a little more about breath awareness and yoga see BKY’s post from May, Breath […]

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