Although the book was written and illustrated for children 4 to 8 years old, the delightful surprise about Watch Me Do Yoga is that it appeals to kids of all ages! Feedback coming in says that much younger children (toddlers and babies) are also enjoying it. My youngest “reader” is my great nephew nine month… Read more »
Author: Bobby Clennell
http://www.amazon.com/Watch-Me-Yoga-Bobby-Clennell/dp/1930485263/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1290812907&sr=1-1 Kids love the bright images in picture books, stories they can identify with, and rhymes they can remember. And kids want to do things they have seen their parents do. Most of all, kids yearn for approval and attention, and what better way to come by it than Watch Me Do Yoga, a new… Read more »
Simple Twist promotes flexibility in the spine. Medical Uses: When the spine is rotated in this way, various problems relating to the spine such as arthritis of the lower back, dorsal region and shoulder joints, as well as sciatica can be corrected. Those who have heel pain or heel spurs are also helped by regular… Read more »
Head of the Knee Pose. Practice this pose to promote flexibility in the hip joints and relief from mental turmoil. Medical Uses: Practice Head of The Knee Pose (along with the other forward bends) to bring high blood pressure under control. Acidity, bronchitis, colitis, leg deformity, diabetes, kidney problems and prostate problems, can also be… Read more »
Shoulderstand. This pose brings about inner peace and tranquility. Medical Uses: This pose strengthens the spine: Problems such as arthritis of the lower back, dorsal region and shoulder joints, general backache and displaced spinal discs, can all be dealt with if this pose is practiced regularly and correctly. Perhaps one of the greatest benefits of… Read more »
Upward Bow Pose stimulates the nervous and circulatory systems and tones the whole body. Medical Uses: Backbends work on the spine and chest. They help reduce general backache and can keep in check arthritis of the lower back, dorsal region and shoulder joints. Practiced regularly, they can also reverse hunchback. Upward Bow helps those with… Read more »
Sirsasana, headstand, counteracts tiredness, improves concentration and boosts self confidence.
Known as the half moon pose, this posture strengthens the legs and helps us develop poise and balance.
This is also known as the standing forward bend. Regular practice of this posture brings flexibility through the pelvis and spine.
Side Stretch Pose: To develop strength and stamina, and tone the waist and stomach muscles, practice this asana. Medical Benefits: Along with a sequence of standing poses, Side Stretch Pose strengthens the back and relieves general backache. It can help with various problems of the back and spine including, displacement of the spinal discs; arthritis… Read more »