Yoga In My School

Tools to Manage Everyday Frustrations: Learn to Ride the Wind

September 14, 2018 Yoga In My School Season 1 Episode 11
Yoga In My School
Tools to Manage Everyday Frustrations: Learn to Ride the Wind
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Yoga In My School
Tools to Manage Everyday Frustrations: Learn to Ride the Wind
Sep 14, 2018 Season 1 Episode 11
Yoga In My School
Kids have big emotions. Often they don't know how to manage these emotions, what to do, how to express themselves or how to find that place of calm inside.Today's guest on the Yoga In My School podcast is Sara Pletcher. Sara is a teacher and author passionate about helping teachers help kids. She writes about topics that lead to important conversations to foster awarenss, self regulation and integration. Her latest book, Ride the Wind, is a colorful exploration of feelings and thoughts.In her creative way our heroine Genelle, taught by her Mom, shows us how to Ride the Wind through mindfulness and visualizations. Join us as we explore contempaltive practices for young children. Discover tips on teaching kids how to manage emotions and ways you can support your children in fostering mindfulness and meditation practices to last a lifetime.
Show Notes
Kids have big emotions. Often they don't know how to manage these emotions, what to do, how to express themselves or how to find that place of calm inside.Today's guest on the Yoga In My School podcast is Sara Pletcher. Sara is a teacher and author passionate about helping teachers help kids. She writes about topics that lead to important conversations to foster awarenss, self regulation and integration. Her latest book, Ride the Wind, is a colorful exploration of feelings and thoughts.In her creative way our heroine Genelle, taught by her Mom, shows us how to Ride the Wind through mindfulness and visualizations. Join us as we explore contempaltive practices for young children. Discover tips on teaching kids how to manage emotions and ways you can support your children in fostering mindfulness and meditation practices to last a lifetime.

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