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Yoga for Kids
  • May 6, 2016 by Sandi Schwartz Are you looking for a simple way for your children to unwind and get in touch with their emotions? The yoga mat can serve as a retreat from the pressures and stress that they face every day. Yoga offers so many incredible benefits to our children…

  • BY MARIAM GATES   |  FEB 26, 2016 Go from rushed to ready with this fun + simple sequence. As any parent knows, weekday mornings rarely go according to plan: the lunch containers weren’t cleaned out, the breakfast options are meeting rejection, your tween’s hair is not “working,” and where did that…

  • Take the beloved bedtime story ritual a step further with Mariam Gates's sequence that will soothe little ones to sleep.

  • Learn how a regular yoga practice can boost your youngsters’ immune systems for cold and flu season.

  • Our children live in a hurry-up world of busy parents, school pressures, incessant lessons, video games, malls, and competitive sports.

 

Prenatal Yoga
  • BY AMANDA JEDEIKIN  |  NOV 17, 2015 Women have long been told to avoid certain poses in a prenatal practice, but new research indicates some of them may be safer than once thought. New research suggests some of the poses typically advised against in prenatal yoga classes may actually be perfectly safe for…

  • Baby bump doesn’t have to equal backache. Prenatal yoga expert Karly Treacy created this sequence to ease many of the common discomforts and imbalances in the back, pelvis, and hips during pregnancy.

 

Postnatal Yoga
  • BY NORA ISAACS  |  AUG 28, 2007 The morning sickness, achy lower back, and fatigue of pregnancy have passed. But for new mamas, a whole other different set of physical conditions often accompanies the bliss of loving your little creation. Luckily, a few simple yoga poses address the most common concerns.…

  • BY YOKO YOSHIKAWA  |  AUG 28, 2007 When they say to rest the first week after giving birth and not to carry anything heavier than your baby, they mean it. Forgive me the graphic details, but I could not sit on my butt. I tried to take a walk four days…

 

Other Resources
  • Mary Petersen practices tai chi on Nahant Beach, near her home.Credit Jodi Hilton for The New York Times By RONI CARYN RABIN Q: Does tai chi help reduce the risk of heart disease? Asked by Ping • 529 votes A: Like other forms of physical activity, tai chi may be an effective…

  • Christmas means most of us will be busy organizing travel plans, going gift shopping, attending lunches and dinners, and preparing for, celebrating, and recovering from holiday parties! ‘Tis the season to be merry, after all! Busy, Busy, Busy For those of you in relationships or marriages, you may be busy…

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