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Cat and Cow - Marjariasana
Anatomy
This stretches the abdominal area and ribs, increases energy, tone and strengthen the spinal nerves and muscles.
Mathematics
Cat and Cow pose. Backs are concave and convex.
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The Wheel - Urdhva Dhanurasana / Chakrasana
This pose builds tremendous strength and flexibility of the spine and whole body. It opens the heart chakra!
Affirmations
"I feel strong, I can do anything!"
Body Benefits
This pose oxygenates the brain and awakens the mind.
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The Woodchopper
Great for releasing pent up energy! "Ha!!"
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Fly Like an Aeroplane
Back bends strengthen the spine as well as the shoulders and legs.
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The Star Flower Pose
Adult and child partner poses.
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The Bow - Dhanurasana
This pose incorporates a rocking action that massages the internal organs and is a wonderful stimulant for the digestive system.
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Upward Dog - Urdhva Mukha Svanasana
Body Benefits
Strengthens the arms, tones the back and works the shoulders. This pose also opens the heart and stretches the ribs and abdominal area.
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UDownward Dog Adho Mukha Svanasana
Lift your leg and mark your territory.
Anatomy
Lengthens spine, hamstrings and other leg muscles.
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Candle Pose - Shoulder Stand or Sarvangasana
This pose is especially beneficial to the endocrine system. Inversions flush the brain with fresh oxygenated blood and are invigorating and rejuvenating. Inversions increase confidence and self-esteem, cultivate fearlessness and provide a new and empowering perspective on the world.
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Mirror Gazing
Partner Pose
Copy each others movements and describe the feeling. They say your eyes are the windows to your soul - how does it feel having someone looking into them?
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The Triangle - Trikonasana
Mathematics
Look at all the triangles you can make with your body.
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The Tree Pose
Balancing in this pose is great stimulation of focus and concentration. Each child does this pose to the best of their ability - the foot can be on the floor, calf, knee, thigh or in a half lotus. The arms can also be in various positions.
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The Stork
Balance
This balancing pose help us learn stillness and focus. It steadies the mind and improves memory, in addition to strengthening the muscles used to hold the pose.
Explore ecology
This is a great pose to bring into a lesson on nature and nurture, as Storks take very good care of their young. Talk about what storks eat and look at the marsh ecosystem and the food chain.
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Partner Tree Pose
With the use of non-competitive games and partner poses we bring forth a sense of helping and guiding one another for the sake of the whole. The child sees herself as part of a valued group and feels a sense of belonging.
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Partner See Saw
Partner Pose
Poses that require each other's cooperation. Children love doing partner poses! In the spirit of yoga, the children must respect the body and ability of their partner and communicate with each other when they have stretched or moved enough in one direction. It is all about working together and developing social skills while stretching, having fun and improving flexibility.
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Roller Coaster
Group Poses
A great technique to get the endorphins flowing and a good stretch on the sides and the spine.
Anatomy
Check out each other's spines and notice your heart rate.
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Half/Full Lotus Pretzel Pose - Padma-Asana
Body Benefits
Keeps the knee, ankle and hip joints strong and flexible whilst refreshing the body and making the mind alert.
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Namaste
Relaxation
Visualization and meditation.
Social Awareness
Namaste - "The light in me sees the light in you/The goodness in me sees the goodness in you"
Literacy
Learn greetings of various cultures and languages.
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Child's Pose
Body Benefits
Forward bends are calming and quietening - Intercostals muscles are at work.
Explore Ecology
Animals with no backbone are called invertebrates - worms, jellyfish etc.
Anatomy
Can you feel your ribs separating and moving when you breathe?
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Relax your body - Savasana
Relax and Rejuvenate
Deep relaxation benefits and encourages physical health, reduced muscle tension, clearer thinking, balanced energy, calmness and peace.