Children aged 3-6 are in stage V of movement development, when their movement becomes safer in terms of basic skills. At such an age, their need for exercise increases, which is increasingly difficult to satisfy. They have to practice the forms of movement they have learned so far and it is best if we provide them with well-thought-out tasks, sufficient attention and assistance.
Air Yoga KIDS helps in the development of this stage.
The physiological effects of Air Yoga classes are well known. They help increase muscle development, maintain flexibility, or and have a beneficial effect on the nervous system.
Other important effects:
- The muscle-nerve connections that develop at this age stabilize sooner
- Achieving more harmonious and confident movement
- Positive change in the area of large and fine movements
- Their self-confidence increases
- It helps them practice concentration
- They will manage their anxieties and fears more easily
- They express their emotions
- Their muscle strength, endurance and body flexibility increase
- They learn correct conscious breathing
- They learn to relax
Structure of the watch:
A small-staffed session in order to receive special attention
children (therefore, please check in on time).
The entire session is 45 minutes, in which during 30-35 minutes the central role is
there will be a playful execution of yoga exercises, for which the storybook titled Yoga Adventure
and we use cards. In addition, about 10 minutes of story reading and relaxation at the end of the lesson.
Az "Forest Yoga Adventure" storybook tells a special story that takes children to the land of Yoga where exciting challenges await them. They will be accompanied by six forest animals: Durmi bear, Röpcsi owl, Hamuka badger, Kukker mole, Hopp bunny, Fintor and Cingi little mice. In this adventurous world with the development of emotions and with playful movement, children experience the joyful effects of yoga.
The elements of yoga are strung on this fairy tale frame, and as the sentences in the fairy tale roll one after the other, the exercises also come in a continuous flow. The main character of the tale finds himself faced with new and exciting challenges, which he can complete if he completes the given yoga exercise. This is how we sneak yoga into the children's everyday life unnoticed. In this way, we help the experience and expression of emotions, concentration and movement development.
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