YogaKids

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Yoga exercises are beneficial to people of all ages, including the very young. This video features a fun way to teach children the basics of yoga. Instructor Marsha Wenig, or "Mrs. Yoga," encourages self-esteem while building strong, healthy bodies. Kids learn simple breathing exercises and 20 yoga poses, including the dog stretch, the flamingo stand, and the lion's roar. Featuring original music that kids will love and pint-sized assistant instructors, this video is great fun for ages three to ten. ~ Heather M. ...
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Overview

Yoga exercises are beneficial to people of all ages, including the very young. This video features a fun way to teach children the basics of yoga. Instructor Marsha Wenig, or "Mrs. Yoga," encourages self-esteem while building strong, healthy bodies. Kids learn simple breathing exercises and 20 yoga poses, including the dog stretch, the flamingo stand, and the lion's roar. Featuring original music that kids will love and pint-sized assistant instructors, this video is great fun for ages three to ten. ~ Heather M. Fierst
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Special Features

20 basic yoga poses recreated for 3 to 6 year-olds; Follow-the-leader approach with safe, expert instruction; Activities to build coordination, confidence & imagination
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 11/9/2004
  • UPC: 029956125308
  • Original Release: 2000
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  • Source: Gaiam
  • Language: English
  • Time: 35:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 11,572

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Marsha Wenig Instructor
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  • Posted December 7, 2010

    Not for my preschooler

    This is just a collection of learning poses. There are big breaks in between. If you are looking for a flowing routine, this is NOT IT. My preschooler (3) who loves yoga hated this. It did not keep his attention and I thought it was boring too. Wish I knew this before I bought it.

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  • Posted December 1, 2010

    my three year old loves this

    We borrowed this from the library and my three year old keeps wanting to check it out over and over. He will ask to 'do yoga' now and break out into stretches. This is not going to teach exact technique, but does inspire little ones to stretch and move and to develop an interest in yoga. After checking it out several times I am ready to just buy it since it is such a favorite. Each pose is held briefly and usually compared to imitating an animal, just perfect for the three to four year old attention span. When I do it with my son, it makes a nice stretching routine for myself.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Great for use in the classroom

    I am a school based Occupational Therapist and have used this video to guide classroom exercises in yoga for Pre-K and K students. It keeps them engaged, provides a fun sensory break, and offers a challenge in motor planning, balance, and body awareness. The focus of the program is on the process of having fun with your body, while connecting with nature and the world around us, not on building yoga technique. This is an ideal approach in introducing yoga to this age group.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Not a good introduction to yoga!

    Very nice scenery, poorly done yoga. There is too much time explaining poses or yoga concepts with nothing to do. Also, she doesn't take the kids out of all the poses, just fades out to the next explanation. My 4 year old asked me to turn it off after 4 poses, I finally did after about 7. I wish I had not spent money on it.

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    Posted May 18, 2010

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