Story and yoga go naturally in a library. Read articles by Master Certified Storytime Yoga® Teacher Kathe Hudson, children’s librarian at Lafayette, Louisiana public library.

Ashes From Gold – Las Cenizas Por El Oro – A Folktale from Mexico for Use in Kids Yoga Classes

Mexican flying pole dancers in Puerto Vallarta, 2010 I wrote this script based on a Mexican folktale for my son's second grade Montessori School of Golden, Colorado classroom in 2006. Get kids to TELL stories in their entirety for listening [...]

The Golden Fish Song: Kids Yoga and Movement Music with Storytelling for the Library

So creative!  I'm very honored that Stephanie Stokes of StoryTime Japan has made a wonderful library program using puppets and an adaptation of my song The Golden Fish from my CD, Peace, for the Children! She made four productions as DIY Puppet Show in-a-box for library use. [...]

How to Use Storytime Yoga® Kids Yoga Story Kits

Watch as Sydney Solis explains the value of oral storytelling and how you can stand out from the crowd in kids yoga classes by using the Storytime Yoga® Kids Yoga Story Kits, which feature traditional Japanese Kamishibai storytelling cards and East Indian Scroll [...]

Storytime Yoga in the Library: Creating Wellness Programs Librarian Cont. Ed Workshop Feb. 24

The library is a natural place for yoga and storytelling For 14 years Storytime Yoga®  has premiered kids yoga literacy and wellness programs in dozens of libraries, from Boulder to Telluride, Florida to Albuquerque. Hundreds of Storytime Yoga kids After-school programs have been [...]

Mythic Yoga for Teens: The Hero With Your Own Face at DeBary, Florida Public Library July 9

Gaia is the Earth Goddess in Greek mythology. Connect to your body and breath to discover the super power within you! Superheroes are all the rage. They have incredible powers within them that battle evil and restore justice. Movies galore spin [...]

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