In the modern world when humans always stay at a high risk of stress, it is not surprising that more and more people are turning to do yoga, a form of body exercise. Originating from India, this type of exercise has proved its benefits to health. Yoga is recommended by health expert as one of the best way to reduce stress and keep body balance. In fact, doing yoga helps people gain balance between stretching and relaxing, activity and leisure. However, this is a really challenging form of exercise. To become a real yogi takes time, energies, patience and even pain. Yoga exercising contains movements that require great care and skillfulness. Some yogis even invented so challenging movements that not many yogis can do. In fact, they combine yoga with other forms of exercises not to make a new yoga exercise but also create impressive movements displayed to the public.
Those who are afraid of breaking necks and backs should not try this exercise
Upside down yoga
He looks like a circus artist
It’s wondered how long they can keep this position
She must be a great gymnast
Few yogis can exercise like her
This girl must experienced much pain to do this exercise
What strong legs!
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Are you interested in offering students in your school the most effective, sustainable and inclusive yoga programming possible? Would you like to teach yoga in schools and have the support and advice of those with many years of successful experience? Have you been interested in sharing yoga with your students, but wondering how to do so safely?
Best Practices for Yoga in Schools is a guide for yoga teachers, classroom teachers, school administrators, social workers, and anyone else interested in bringing yoga to children safely, and in a just and inclusive way. By outlining suggestions and considerations across a wide variety of topics, this book will help you effectively and sustainably offer high-quality yoga programming for all children.
Based on the collective wisdom and experience of 23 contributors and four reviewers, this Best Practices Guide will support your capacity to implement meaningful school-based yoga programs, with the potential to transform the educational environment and help students thrive in a wide variety of situations.
- Best Practices for Yoga in Schools