All posts by Jaime Neefs

Breath, books, and movement: making yoga fun for kids

Breath, books, and movement: making yoga fun for kids
February 22, 2017 No Comments »

Developing physical literacy, creative movement, and calmness Read More »

Study finds that smartphones in the bedroom impact kids’ sleep even when they are off

Study finds that smartphones in the bedroom impact kids’ sleep even when they are off
February 13, 2017 1 Comment »

Effect of media devices detrimental to both sleep duration and quality Read More »

7 creative ways to get moving … backwards

7 creative ways to get moving … backwards
January 26, 2017 No Comments »

January 31st is Backward Day! Read More »

It’s recess, do you know what your children are doing?

It’s recess, do you know what your children are doing?
January 25, 2017 No Comments »

Hopefully they’re jumping, climbing, and spinning Read More »

If you’ve got to cut players from your team, there’s a right way to do it

If you’ve got to cut players from your team, there’s a right way to do it
January 12, 2017 No Comments »

Four factors that can improve the experience for everyone involved Read More »

Canadian universities introducing women’s Rugby Sevens series

Canadian universities introducing women’s Rugby Sevens series
January 5, 2017 No Comments »

Inaugural season starts January Read More »

Celebrate Confederation in Canada’s national parks and historic sites … free of charge!

Celebrate Confederation in Canada’s national parks and historic sites … free of charge!
December 15, 2016 No Comments »

Canada is throwing a party, and you’re invited Read More »

Kids can harmonize music and movement with DrumFIT

Kids can harmonize music and movement with DrumFIT
November 22, 2016 No Comments »

Students of any athletic ability can participate Read More »

Julie Lythcott-Haims’ Ted Talk takes on helicopter parenting and the “checklisted childhood”

Julie Lythcott-Haims’ Ted Talk takes on helicopter parenting and the “checklisted childhood”
November 8, 2016 No Comments »

When to-do lists can be more harmful than helpful Read More »