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Give your Children the Gift of Yoga


Yoga is not a destination; rather it is a journey of a lifetime, which takes discipline. Ideally, when children learn at a young age the benefit of a committed practice, it ripples out into their everyday life activities, relationships, and responsibilities. When they learn that yoga takes practice versus an immediate accomplishment, they learn and accept that life is a path with good days, bad days, and everything in between.

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Kalyani Shankar is a mother of twins and works as a German Linguist in an MNC. Amidst the jam packed busy life of a working mother, she looks forward to spending quality time with her kids when back home. Kalyani loves to introduce thought-provoking and fun activities that interest children. As a Balvikas spiritual educator for children, she strives to include ‘Spirituality and its Relevance’ in daily life situations and mentors parents on the same lines.


2 thoughts on “Give your Children the Gift of Yoga

  1. Jayaram

    Yoga and meditation for children from the age of 8 is absolutely essential for their growth. Education without yoga and meditation is purely intellectual and seriously lacks the self awareness component. Yoga and meditation unify mind and body and bring about physical, emotional, mental and spiritual growth in a natural, sub conscious manner. Check out this lovely message to parents from an experienced yoga guru
    http://brilindia.com/blog/the-most-important-parenting-decision-you-will-take-ever/

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