Have Healthy Kids all VATA season long! The Fall is well upon us! With it’s chilly temperatures, stirred up dust, dryness and early darkness, our kids may be susceptible to a case of the sneezes, more stirred up energy and agitated sleep. Since every person has a different reaction to weather and environmental changes, the seasons are a great way to explore exactly how the elements affect our bodies and minds.
Respiration is defined as “a single breath”. And in the Hatha Yoga Pradipika, one of the great Yoga philosophy texts, Swami Swatmarama proposes that our life is gifted a certain number of inhales and exhales. The slower and more consistent our breath becomes, the younger we will feel and hopefully the longer we will live. Perhaps the key to the feeling like a child is to Breathe Yourself Young. When breath departs, s
We’ve all been there. The struggle to engage kids for homework time, dinner time, bath time, bed time… why does it seem like such a fight? FLY’s got some tips that can help bring some play and fun to the most resistant of kid activities. Below is a teaser from our new FLY Freebie, exclusively for newsletter subscribers: “5 Playful Tips to Get Any Kid to Practice!” Missed signing up? Clic
Make your Mom’s heart FLY! Many of us have made these paper creations for party decorations, events, and seen them in boutique windows. When done with the FLY mindset, this project is an amazing way to introduce focus, patience, and love into your creative practice at home or in class. What You will need: Bright Colored Tissue Paper Pipe Cleaners A Pair of Safety Scissors Step One Ask your child to pick three c