Children are quite fond of animals. We are All Animals! Thats why we enJoy going back to the Woods, or Farms, or even the Zoo's for city folk. To remember and see and observe the various creatures. What better way to learn and pick up the knowledge of the animal world than for them to get on all fours and imitate a dog or a cat, or frog or camel?! Let kids watch a family pet or wild animal and see how it eats, moves, stretch and rest. Let them listen to the sound it makes and then see try if they can imitate it. Use these animal yoga poses creatively in an enjoyable yoga lessons that kids, particularly, will love!

March 29, 2011


A lion’s roar can be heard up to S”miles/8 km away.

1. Sit on your heels on your mat with your knees apart. Place your hands on the floor with your fingertips facing toward your body. Lean forward, resting your body on your arms. Inhale: tilt your head back.

2. Exhale: stick out your tongue and roar loudly like a lion. Repeat 2-6 times.

3. Repeat 2-6 times


Practicing his pose regularly can help prevent diseases of the throat and sinuses. It gets rid of tension in the chest and creates a strong and beautiful voice.

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