MiniYOGI propose un podcast en français pour les familles et les enfants, à écouter à tout moment de la journée, pour se sentir mieux et se détendre.
Ensemble, nous allons écouter des histoires, respirer, bouger, nous étirer et nous relaxer...
MiniYOGI est le parfait compagnon des familles et enfants de 3-10ans, pour les aider à pratiquer le yoga à la maison, ou n’importe où!
N'oubliez pas de vous abonner au podcast. Laissez votre avis et 5 étoiles sur l’application iTunes … C’est le meilleur moyen de me soutenir:-)
The podcasts are available on major platforms:
To listen on iTunes / Apple, click here.
on Anchor, click here.
On Spotify, click here.
On Google (Android only), click here.
On Deezer, click here.
Enjoy your listening... Breathe and Smile :-)
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Think adults are the only ones getting stressed out from daily tasks and activities? Think again.
We often tend to see kids as young and carefree, not fully realizing that the little ones get stressed out too! Whether it’s from school work or their relationship with classmates and friends, this stress can make it difficult for kids to focus, relax, and process and express their emotions. This is where yoga and mindfulness come in.
While there’s no shortage of yoga studios or meditation centres in Singapore, not all of them offer classes that are designed specifically with the little ones in mind. If you’re looking to guide your kids onto a mindful path, or simply to introduce them to the world of yoga, here are some kids yoga classes and studios to help jumpstart your search.
Full article, please read here.
Wellness for Kids: ANZA Magazine
CIS is full of talented students and it’s no surprise that we have talented parents in our midst as well. This is exactly the case with one of our CIS TK mums, Sophie Spoor. A certified yoga teacher, Sophie has added the title of author to her list of accomplishments as well. She shared her new book, ‘The Elephant of Wisdom’ - a yoga activity book for kids - with 15 primary students recently when she visited the TK library as a guest author. Sophie talks with us and shares more about the inspiration behind the book.
Find out the full article here.