Why teach Yoga to our kids

It is a general perception that Yoga is for adults and not for children, We were also a bit confused unbtill we spoke to our guest today about why should we teach Yoga to our children. Today we are in conversation with a special guest who is a journalist by profession, but is an avid believer in Traditional Yoga practice.

Kavita Chandran is a yoga teacher and international journalist based in Singapore. When she’s not at her desk writing corporate stories or wellness features, she can be founding stretching or meditating on a mat.

Kavita is a certified yoga teacher and has done her Teacher Training at IndeaYoga in Mysore under the tutelage of Bharath Shetty, one of India’s most experienced and respected yoga teachers who has kept the traditional yoga alive. She is also learning yoga therapy from S-Vyasa Yoga in Singapore.

In this episode we have covered:
– Hidden benefits of Yoga – Physical and Emotional
– Difference between Yoga and Acrobatics
– Yoga as a tool for better parenting
– How to make yoga fun for kids
– Different Types of Yoga
– Spirituality and Yoga

To listen to this full conversation, tune in to Partners in Upbringing on Spotify, Apple and Google Podcasts or on FB and IG @partnersinupbringing.

Do share this podcast with all the wonderful father’s around you…

Partners in UpBringing is a parenting podcast hosted by two mums Himani & Kalyani, based in Singapore. They address a variety of parenting topics in their casual and candid conversation with subject matter experts and fellow parents from across the globe. Each podcast episode provides a holistic perspective on the chosen topic. It’s a platform to exchange tips, ideas and share experiences related to parenting. So if you would like to reach us, please email upbringing.podcast@gmail.com.

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Himani and Kalyani are Co Founders of Partners in Upbringing. Both of them are mothers and are extremely passionate about parenting.

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