It would be wrong to say that the children do not feel the stress. School classes, homework, video games, outdoor games, competitions, kid rivalry and parent diktats have a profound effect on their happiness. Yoga can even help kids overcome these stressors. It would not be easy for you to convince your kids to do yoga. So what’s the way out? Add fun to yoga. Here are some fun additions for your kids.
At the point of the tree, ask your child to act like a tree – strong and steep. This posture will help their body balance and strengthen the legs and hands. Thishelps to calm the mind and keep your kids body balanced.
In a frog posture, ask your child to bend like a hopping frog. This posture will be fun for them. Frog pose will improve their leg tone and heart function. It also relieves anxiety and stress.
In the posture of the aircraft, ask your child to pretend as he is flying through the cloud Ask This post increases the concentration level and maintains body weight. Likewise, it also helps to strengthen the chest, legs and hands.
At the foot of the mountain, tell your child to shake hands in front of his or her chest, and to stand as firm and firm as a mountain. Thisis great for maintaining a straight posture and peace of mind. It helps strengthen the legs and muscles.
Happy Baby pose
In the posture of a happy baby, ask your child to lie down on their back, pull their belly to the abdomen and grab the front of the foot. This posture helps relieve stress and calm the mind. It also extends the spinal cord.
As the child approaches, ask your child to rest with his head on the mat. The hands should be in front. This rest calms the mind. It extends to the hips and legs.
Have your child stand erect, legs and hands together in a triangle posture, and bend to the right and draw the right leg. This is a great pose for stretching the arms, chest, legs and spine. Thisare best considered for children, as they provide stamina, strength, balance and help keep the baby in focus.
At the Lion’s Pose, ask your child to go down, open their mouth, and stick their tongue. They should ‘roar’ like a lion when breathing through their mouths. This posture relieves facial tension and improves blood circulation in the mouth. It is also said to cure toothache and to cure odor.
In this position, ask your child to stretch his arms and legs apart as stars. This posture extends the legs and hands and helps build strength.
At the posture of a dead body, ask your child to play dead without legs and hands. The palms should be facing. It eliminates insomnia, fatigue and even headache. The body posture helps relax the mind as well.