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Yoga for Kids: Why You Should Introduce Your Kids to Yoga Today

Updated: Jan 12, 2022

Kids Yoga is the best thing you can do for your child. Children's yoga involves a special combination of children's yoga poses and mindfulness activities like storytelling, mantra-chanting, meditation and deep-breathing. Yoga for children not only enhances children's physical health and mental processes but also makes them more creative.


In the current period of uncertainty due to the COVID-19 pandemic, yoga for children can be especially beneficial in dispelling negative emotions and helping your kids establish a regular routine. Be it with simple children's yoga at home involving beginner's children exercises or with online Kids Yoga classes, there are many ways to introduce kids to yoga.


Kids Yoga

Benefits of Kids Yoga


  • Yoga for kids helps children build upon their physical flexibility and strength

  • Yoga for kids helps improve posture and balance

  • Yoga for kids enhances the ability to focus and concentrate

  • Yoga for kids increases self-confidence and helps in development of identity

  • Yoga for kids improves mental stability and strengthens the mind-body connection


Yoga Asanas Kids Can Try at Home


Here are some simple children's yoga poses for you to try at home with your kids. Kid’s yoga at home can be the perfect way to introduce kids to yoga.



If your child needs assistance in learning yoga, you can sign up for our Kids Yoga at Home Course. This is a children's yoga online training program that creates an interactive learning environment for kids to learn yoga through daily LIVE classes with Yog Love yoga experts.


Sarvangasana (Shoulder standing Pose)


Sarvangasana (Shoulder standing Pose)

Benefit: Strengthens arms and legs. Improves spine flexibility. Improves cognitive functions.

  1. Lie on your back with your arms straight beside your body. Palms should be facing down.

  2. Inhale as you lift your legs off the ground.

  3. As you exhale, make your legs parallel to the wall or at a 90° angle to the ground.

  4. Support your back and hips with both palms.

  5. Tuck your chin into your chest.

  6. Hold this position for a few seconds.


Marjariasana (cat stretch)


Marjariasana (cat stretch)
Marjariasana (cat stretch)









Benefit: Good for spine flexibility. Improves blood circulation.

  1. Get down on your knees and palms.

  2. Inhale and raise your chin up, tilting your head backwards. At the same time, lower your spine so that it curves inwards towards the floor (in a concave shape).

  3. Hold this position for a few seconds.

  4. Exhale, bring your chin down and arch your back upwards.

  5. Hold this position for a few seconds and then relax.


Dhanurasana (Bow Pose)


Dhanurasana (Bow Pose)

Benefit: Stretches your full body, especially your arms and shoulders.

  1. Lie face down and bend your knees until you can hold onto your ankles with your hands.

  2. Make sure your knees are hip-width apart.

  3. Inhale deeply, lifting your chest and thighs off the floor, forming a bow shape with your body.

  4. Hold this pose for 20 seconds and exhale as you relax.


Tadasana (Mountain Pose)


Tadasana (Mountain Pose)

Benefit: Improves posture. Boosts circulation.

  1. Stand with feet apart.

  2. Inhale and raise your arms above your head.

  3. Interlock your fingers with palms facing upwards.

  4. Stretch upwards, raising your shoulders towards your ears.

  5. Exhale and relax your posture.


If you're looking for children's yoga classes online, be sure to check out our Kids Yoga at Home Course. Yog Love combines children's exercises and a multitude of creative methods in our children's yoga training. Let your kids benefit from the magic of this ancient Indian art by signing up today.

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