Storytime Yoga Founding Sponsor for K-12Yoga.org Website Relaunch and Kids Yoga Blog

 

Storytime Yoga® Family Class at the Florida Storytelling Festival 2016

Storytime Yoga® Family Class at the Florida Storytelling Festival 2016

I started the first kids yoga online teacher training course in 2006 out of necessity. I didn't have the luxury of traveling to trainings or to put them on, as I was a widow with two young children. People constantly asked me about my local Colorado trainings and invited me to teach out of state.

So I started training online. I was amazed at how many people across the globe signed up to learn how to use the oral tradition with kids yoga. I was amazed that others weren't doing online trainings yet! 

I was amazed that many were American, but more were from Canada, Egypt, Indonesia, India, Turkey and Mexico. The global community was available to connect on a scale never before, and kids yoga teachers could connect too to share information and stories across the internet and bring it back to their local communities. 

Storytime Yoga uses the body to connect story, narrative, psycho-spiritual development as well as wellness and literacy all through play! Act out stories with yoga! FUN

Storytime Yoga uses the body to connect story, narrative, psycho-spiritual development as well as wellness and literacy all through play! Act out stories with yoga! FUN

A huge resource of kids yoga in the library, school and more is on the K-12 Yoga.org website. Storytime Yoga® is proud to be a founding sponsor for the organization’s website re-launch. Its tagline is Keeping the Body in Mind at School, and acts as a school yoga resource to find teachers, schools and yoga trainers in your local area as well as provide great information on how you can use yoga for children.  

I will be writing a regular blog on the website with articles on storytelling to use with yoga in the library, yoga for schools and yoga for homeschool, something I did with my kids as we travelled the world together! A new blog on Myth and Yoga posted here

I urge you to check out the K-12Yoga.org website to get inspired to teach yoga in the school, library, home and more with its wonderful resources. Consider becoming a member as well and join the global movement with grassroots at home as you connect and flourish with the power of yoga and community.

Namaste and have a global-connected day all the while staying home and going local! !

2018-01-03T00:23:27+00:00 April 13th, 2016|Kids Yoga Teacher Training, Links and Resources|

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