BENEFITS OF YOGA

FOR KIDS

Relaxation

According to an article in the Australian Yoga Journal, introducing yoga to children at an early age can teach them to constructively manage stress. Yogic poses help growing bodies fight off illnesses and regulate emotions.

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Focus

An organized yoga session flows through a series of natural movements and breathing to help children focus on the present moment and be mindful of their thoughts.

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Fun

Our classes do not look like conventional adult yoga. Instead, we nourish creativity by honoring a space for kids to express themselves.

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OUR TEAM

Meg Hanisch

She has been a classroom teacher, reading specialist, and literacy coach during the last seven years. She has a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Elementary Education from Roosevelt University Chicago and a Masters Degree in Reading from Concordia University...

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Erin Bracco

Throughout the past five years, she has been a classroom teacher in third grade and kindergarten and has a Bachelor of Science Degree in both Elementary Education and Special Education from Vanderbilt University. Her passion for child development is evident...

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Day 14 (but really 8) of 31: Stuck

Stuck. Seems to be the word of the day. Chicago is stuck on being winter (thanks snowstorm), which caused many cars to be stuck while driving to work. One of my little kindergarten loves is stuck on stories about Tigey (his stuffed animal tiger that he insists is his sibling). A fish is stuck between ...

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Day 7 of 31: Make them Gold

We are made up of our mistakes We are falling but not alone We will take the best parts of ourselves And make them gold We are made of the smallest stars We are breathing and letting go We will take the best parts of ourselves And make them gold -CHVRCHES This isn’t the first ...

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Day 6 of 31: A Good Day

Today was a good day. Yes, that was simple. I often think that every time I write I need to say something profound. In reality though, not every moment is profound. Not every moment is wow. Not every moment sparkles. Some days are boring. Some days are mundane. Some days are just normal (whatever that ...

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Day 5 of 31: Feeling Like Me

Currently, I am reading The Magnolia Story by Chip & Joanna Gaines (my most favorite couple). Meg got it from her fiancé for Christmas and passed it along to me after she finished reading it. We both loved watching Fixer Upper together when we lived in our cute little coach house. What I love most about ...

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