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Yoga Core Strength Exercises

Five fabulous yoga poses to strengthen the core, increase resiliency, improve posture and reduce stress.

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Yoga as a Therapeutic Aid for Children with Cancer

It is heartbreaking when children are diagnosed with cancer. Yoga therapy for children with cancer can have a powerful impact. Discover the benefits of yoga therapy for pediatric doctors, families and most importantly the children.

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Yoga For Children with Asthma

Children with asthma have unique physical challenges. More and more children are being diagnosed with this respiratory complaint. This podcast features three types of yoga poses and three breathing exercises which help alleviate symptoms of asthma in children.

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Kids Yoga Poses – Gate Pose – Parighasana

Gate pose is a lovely side stretch which resembles a beam (parigha) used to latch a gate. This is a terrific pose for kids because it teaches balance while maintaining a solid foundation. It also focuses on elongating the side body…You’re sure to love the three partner variations for Gate pose.

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Good Posture Vital for Kids and Teens

“Stand up straight!” We’ve all heard it, maybe even said it. But what does it mean? Learn about the benefits of good posture for kids and teens and how to improve posture with these simple exercises.

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Yoga for Down Syndrome

Yoga provides both physical and mental stimulation for children with Down syndrome. Poses combat low muscle tone, breathing exercises ease pulmonary hypertension, and relaxation improves the central nervous system. Yoga is a safe and fun physical activity which all kids enjoy.

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