Good morning everyone. I originally posted this article in December, 2016. I decided to repost it after another wonderful article was brought to my attention.

BestForTheKids is a site dedicated to finding the best products for children. On their blog, they’ve included an article about Yoga for Children. We all know that Yoga is a wonderful way to exercise, strengthen muscles, gain flexibility and unwind after a long day, but, have you thought about asking your kids to join in with you?

Sandra Cobain, a Child Psychologist and head of content for BestForTheKids has written an article highlighting 10 Proven Benefits of Yoga for your Kids. If you’re interested in learning more about Yoga for kids, this article is a good place to start, with well researched facts and sources.

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FOR SANDRA’S ARTICLE FOLLOW THIS LINK: 10 Proven Benefits for your Kids – Best For The Kids

Now onto the main article. If you’d rather skip to the 20 minute routine, CLICK HERE.


Here is the original article (With a link to dozens more benefits of yoga):

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38 ways yoga improves your health

Yoga is an awesome and relaxing way to de-stress,  detoxify and get in shape. According to the Yoga Journal, not only does yoga improve flexibility, strengthen muscles, and improve posture, it also:

  • drains lymphs
  • boosts immunity
  • lowers blood pressure
  • regulates the adrenal glands
  • lowers blood sugar
  • maintains nervous system
  • improves lung function
  • eases pain
  • keeps allergies and viruses away.
  • supports connective tissue

For more information on the benefits of yoga, read about the 38 Health Benefits of Yoga from the Yoga Journal.

Follow the link below for a 20 minute stress relieving yoga routine developed by Los Angeles based, private yoga instructor, Alexis Novak.

Source: 20-Minute HIIT Yoga Flow for Stress | Shape Magazine

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