We live in a changing and challenging world, filled with an increasing amount of input and a decreasing amount of personal and community connection. Children and teens, just like adults, are impacted in physical, emotional and social ways by the challenges of modern life.
Kids need skills to help them thrive in the world and navigate the many challenges they face. Yoga and mindfulness practices give them practical ways to increase their self-awareness, access their inner resources, and find their personal power—all while having fun. And, you can explore it as a family!
Find the gentle strength to meet your anxiety head-on with this simple 10-minute yoga practice from Jennifer Cohen Harper, founder of Little Flower Yoga, created in collaboration with the Omega… Read more »
Anxiety is on the rise in our culture, both for adults and for our children. As educators and caregivers, we want to do everything we can to reduce anxiety and… Read more »
The holiday season is wonderful, but it is also a challenging time for many, including many children. While this time of year is joyful and exciting and can be a… Read more »
The Kind Wishes activity is a child-friendly version of a lovingkindness practice, a type of meditation that can help develop compassion for others, and crucially for the self. In a… Read more »
As a high school teacher in the Bronx for 14 years I got to meet and deeply know a lot of teens. Having those relationships taught me a lot about… Read more »
Gratitude is the ability to be thankful and to see and appreciate the good that’s in our lives. As an educator, mother of two children, and program director, gratitude is both… Read more »
Anchor breath is one of my favorite practices to teach my students. Anchor breath is the practice of using your breath to help focus your mind on one point. The… Read more »
Each month Lianne will be writing a reflection on each one of her songs on her soon to be released album, “Breathe In”. Her first song and reflection is called… Read more »
CLICK HERE FOR ENLARGED VERSION OF RESEARCH POSTER Database Coding and Interpretation: April 20, 2014, Colin Pearsall Social emotional learning (SEL) theory posits that a child’s capacity for self-understanding… Read more »
My yoga practice really deepened and developed when I started to practice at home by myself. When you give yourself the opportunity to practice alone with only your… Read more »
We often ask our children to pay attention. Pay attention to your school work, pay attention to your father, pay attention to your teacher. But we don’t always have a… Read more »
The School Yoga Project, a program of Little Flower Yoga, is honored to work with some incredible schools. Each month we will be sharing the story of a school with… Read more »