Sing Song Yoga® in the Classroom
Using Sing Song Yoga® in the Classroom: A program that Builds Confidence, Self-Discipline, and Healthy Stress-Free Attitudes” is a powerful new yoga curriculum for schools and other youth groups. It is used as a supplement to the included Sing Song Yoga® DVD, which is a children’s yoga program that uses songs to teach the poses. The DVD teaches the students yoga while the teacher, along with these lessons, uses yoga to teach children about themselves. The 19 detailed lessons are intended for elementary-age students and have adaptations for different levels where needed.
The lessons range from yoga games, to yoga activities of self-exploration, to yoga sequences for test preparation. One example of a lesson, “My Strongest Pose,” compares a student’s strongest yoga pose with his or her strongest personal characteristic, taking either an older individual child or a group of younger students through a process of examining one’s self through yoga.
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Using Sing Song Yoga® in the Classroom includes posters, cards, diagrams and worksheets to leave little preparation for the teacher to enjoy sharing these lessons with his or her students.
What people are saying about
“Using Sing Song Yoga® in the Classroom”:
Sing Song Yoga offers our kids a peaceful way to redirect their thinking, recharge their bodies, and renew their spirits. When given the choice of ‘electives’ at our school, many students will regularly choose Sing Song Yoga…even in lieu of an outdoor recess. Deb’s soothing voice and comforting words make yoga accessible to all kids Kindergarten through 8th grade.
Sing Song Yoga has helped me get more flexible and it helps me clear my mind so I can be with my body and just feel nice.
When I do SSY it gets my homework off my brain so I can float on a cloud.
When I do Sing Song Yoga it makes it so I’m not thinking of things that stress me so I feel better.
I think SSY is something you should do often when you’re struggling with something or when you’re in a bad mood. I feel like it’s actually fun. When I have a problem I think what kind of yoga should I do.