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Wednesday, April 27, 2016

Rachel's Day in the Garden-Yoga For Kids

Yoga For Kids


I remember when my son was a baby he would watch me doing Yoga and try to imitate me.  His downward dog was so cute and funny.  Then when he was a toddler his teacher taught his class Yoga.  They would do Yoga right before nap time.

Benefits of yoga for kids:
·        increases strength and flexibility
·        helps them relax, unwind, and calm down to reduce stress and anxiety
·        helps them sleep better
·        promotes interaction between adult and child, and between multiple children
·        improves their fine and gross motor skills, as well as their coordination
·        develops self-confidence, self-expression, and body awareness
·        promotes a healthy, active lifestyle

Yoga for kids

My son is now 11 years old and taller than me.  So, I asked my 9 year old daughter to give me a quick review of  Rachel's Day in the Garden.  She said she loved the pictures and enjoyed trying to do the different Yoga poses. I agreed with my daughter.  I loved the illustrations and I think this is a fun book to introduce children to Yoga.


Yoga for kids


Book Synopsis
Join Rachel as she and her adorable puppy look for signs of spring in the garden. Crawl like a caterpillar, buzz like a bee, and flutter like a butterfly. Discover spring, explore movement, and learn the colors of the rainbow! Age group: Preschoolers ages 3-6.

Giselle Shardlow
Author Bio  
Giselle Shardlow is the author of Kids Yoga Stories. Her yoga books for kids get children learning, moving, and having fun. Giselle draws from her experiences as a teacher,traveler, yogi, and mom to write the yoga stories found at or on Amazon( worldwide. The purpose of her yoga books is to foster happy, healthy, and globally educated children. She lives in Boston with her husband and daughter.

Where to find the book:
Goodreads Link: (It helps so very much just to get in front of readers' eyes, so it would mean so much to me if you could add Rachel’s Garden to your "Want to Read" Goodreads shelf.)

Amazon Link

Disclaimer: I was given a free copy of this book to read and review.  I was under no obligation to write a positive review.  I received no monetary compensation for this review. There are affiliate links in this post.