As you adjust to life with your new baby, here’s how you can add some fitness time to your days with your little one.
Kids naturally seem drawn to bare feet and, as it turns out, there are actually many benefits to spending time barefoot outside.
Spending time on the grass with your baby is a great way to start them on the road to physical literacy. Here are some activity ideas.
Every baby is different and hits milestones at their own pace, but there are some easy things you can do to encourage yours to get moving!
At four months old, babies are starting to become more mobile. Some simple yoga movements can help them develop strength and coordination.
Yoga’s benefits can stretch (pun intended) across other sports and activities. Here are some of the ways it can improve athletic performance.
Yoga books encourage mental and physical literacy—plus, kids can learn common yoga poses in easy-to-understand language.
Getting a good night’s sleep is so important for us. Something that’s helped my own sleep, as well as my son’s, is yoga.
Self-care isn’t just face masks or smoothie bowls. Check out these simple ideas for how parents can take time for self-care during the day.
New parenthood is tough, and the pandemic has only made things more challenging. These strategies will help you cope with the baby blues.
Mind-body awareness, or being able to feel how your body responds to and holds onto emotions, is invaluable for people of all ages.
For many of us, the pandemic has added stress to our lives. Try these yoga poses with your kids to help them relieve their anxious feelings.
Here’s my opinion on a few of the most popular channels—plus some tips to get the most out of YouTube yoga with your kids.
It’s natural to feel stressed right now—stress is a normal reaction to fear. These techniques will help you and your kids release that tension and anxiety.
Through yoga, kids learn how to find a sense of inner calm and self-esteem as well as developing flexibility, strength, and balance.