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Yoga Pose of the Month ~ Up Cat & Down Cat

Lazy Lizards Yoga pose of the month for September are Up Cat & Down Cat.  Kids are back in school, sitting down all day, hunching forward, working hard.  With all this hard work and and sitting the spine starts to get stiff.  Up cat and down cat are a great way to get the spine […]

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Upward Facing Dog ~ Kids Yoga Pose of the Month

Upward Facing Dog Pose is a great yoga pose for kids, or Urdhva Mukha Svanasana in Sanskrit, the language of yoga.  Kids these days sit a lot!  They sit in criss cross applesauce on the floor and wait for their friends in preschool.  Lots of lessons are also taught sitting in preschool.  Once kids go […]

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February Kids Yoga Pose of the Month ~ Downward Dog

Downward Dog is one of the favorite kids yoga poses.  Downward Dog has many benefits. Kids love it because they get to hang upside down.  The benefits you receive in this pose increases strength in the shoulders, flexibility in the spine and hamstrings, strengthens bones in the legs and arms, brings more blood flow into […]

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Give The Gift of Kids Yoga This Holiday Season

Looking for a gift for that special kid that not everybody will be giving, will teach a child to start healthy habits early, and a 2 to 7 year old will love?  What about giving the gift of kids yoga?  A Lazy Lizards Yoga Mat and DVD is an excellent idea to get a child […]

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Being Grateful

Thanksgiving is the time of year we show gratitude and gratefulness.  Teaching kids this life lesson is important for social and emotional well being.  As a society we get caught up in what we are used to having and taking advantage of it.   Let’s teach our children to be grateful and show gratitude everyday! […]

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Kids Can Do Yoga?

Yes, they can! When people ask the question, “What do you do?” And I respond,  “I teach kids yoga.” They look at me curiously and respond, “Kids can do yoga?” And I smile. I mostly teach kids ages 3 to 10.  Yoga comes so naturally to children, at any age. When I teach a new group […]

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