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Welcome to Kumarah Kid’s Yoga!

An all-in-one blog to learn about yoga, kid’s yoga, wellness, and wellbeing.  For you, your kids, your workplace, your life.

Kumarah is a Sanskrit word meaning “child”.  I chose this word for my blog primarily because I teach Kid’s Yoga at a public school, but also because I believe we are all kids at heart, and being a little child-like in our lives brings joy to our habits of well-being and health! And more joy means more learning, as well as longevity of health and habits.

Check out my blog, or go to the About page to learn more about how I started the blog and what I do to teach kids yoga every day. 

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Check out my latest blog posts!

Kid’s Yoga Story Lesson Plan based on the book Not a Box

Kid’s yoga lessons can be hard to plan. I know because I used to spend hours every week planning and rewriting lesson plans for my students aged 5-10. I teach five 40 min lessons a day, 5 days a week. That was a lot of planning! Now I write up outlines of lesson plans...

How to Start Teaching Yoga to Kids

Want to start teaching yoga to kids?  How do you get started?   Teaching yoga to kids has not always been a lifelong dream of mine. It was something that I kind of fell into on accident. I always knew I loved working with kids, but I also knew that I didn't want...

Must-Have Favorite Yoga Books for Teaching Yoga to Kids

Yoga books are a new and popular way to help introduce yoga to kids. I love using yoga stories in school, in my classroom, and at home with my nephew. Having an adorable and succinct story to teach kids how to do poses is a great way to introduce or spark an interest...

Enticing Partner Games that Teach Mindfulness for Kids

Teaching mindfulness to kids doesn’t have to be to just boring sitting still and breathing. In fact, mindfulness should be engaging and fun for kids to get excited about it. It should feel like it’s something they can relate to. I have taught mindfulness to kids at my...

How to Make a Mindfulness Glitter Calm Down Jar

Calm down! Be quiet! Relax! Kids are constantly loud and noisy this is normal. It's nice to able to help them calm down with things other than your voice from time to time too. I teach yoga and mindfulness to kids in a charter school, and... we often have moments that...

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