Yoga, Education, Health and Sustainable Living for Kids and Families

Storytime Yoga Kids Club Yoga Story Kit Dragon Mother Awakens now Available on Amazon Kindle

Recreate yourself for Spring! The rebirth of spring out of death is in YOU! Participate in spring and teach kids to recognize the life/death/rebirth cycle in them in your next kids yoga class with the Storytime Yoga Kids Club Yoga Story Kit Dragon Mother Awakens now available on Amazon Kindle. Get a story and illustration version only as well! Beautiful illustrations by Hungarian Artist Andras Balogh can be used as Kamishibai storytelling panels  to retell the story with yoga using your I-Pad! Includes activity pack and handbook for parents and teachers! I created these materials while yoga  home schooling my children in Buenos Aires! Soon to be featured in Yoga Journal Magazine! Re-enchant the world with story and yoga!!! And teach kids yoga philosophy! The best kids yoga! There is no death! Just eternity!!! And that eternity is YOU!!! That’s the power of myth, symbol and story, it is the bridge to yoga and union! Bring back the imagination and the capacity to think in images and symbols!

Storytime Yoga for Kids Dragon Mother Awakens

4 comments… add one

  • Andrew

    June 15, 2013, 11:43 am

    What a great way of bringing the benefits of yoga to kids and the benefits of storytelling to kids together. Well done.

  • Sydney Solis

    June 19, 2013, 6:47 am

    Thank you, Andrew! That’s very kind! I do love teaching kids and sharing with them the joy of stories and yoga! Namaste and have a magical day!

  • Barbara Templeton

    February 22, 2014, 3:58 pm

    Hi Sydney-I am a yoga teacher and I also teach kids with special needs. I recently purchased a Kindle Fire and would like to start using it with your Story time Yoga book but wondered if you think that the text version would be more appropriate. I’m not sure if there are illustrations that are better in text or on the kindle. Thanks, Barbara

    • Sydney

      June 1, 2014, 6:15 am

      Hello Barbara. You can use either, but if you purchase the ebook to download at home, you can print the illustrations out for them to be bigger and handled. On the Kindle, you can make the pictures bigger by pressing an x button somewhere. Best wishes and good luck. The children will love them!


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