What age should children start yoga? And what type of yoga should they do? Sadhguru answers the most frequently asked questions about yoga and discusses the many benefits that yoga has for children. He stresses the importance and urgent need to teach children yoga from the inside.
Yoga for Children
Every child has the unique opportunity to discover their true potential and joy through Ishan Yoga. Ishan Yoga recognizes every child’s natural gifts, such as wonder and a feeling of oneness with the world. This program introduces children to simple yoga. It encourages exploration of joy, love, and joy that allows each child to live in optimal health. It is offered by
Sadh Guru trained Foundation teachers.
The Yoga Summer Camp for Children is a four-and-a half-day residential camp for children aged 9-12 years. It’s a great, fun-filled program. This program encourages children to love nature and yogic practices. Find out where and when the next Children’s Yoga Program will be held near you. Yoga can be done by children aged 4 and up, except Yoga Namaskar, which can only be practiced by children older than 7.
Nada yoga, or the yoga of sounds, is a wonderful way for children start yoga. Sadh Guru says that Nada Yoga is the easiest and most subtle way for children to start. It will help you feel well and allow you to develop your mind and body. Yoga Namaskar can also be learned at seven years old. There are also Up Yoga techniques that both adults and children will find helpful ….When these benefits become apparent, and when they realize this can make them stand out in a group of people regarding their ability, they will naturally seek higher levels of yoga. Their yoga ability should grow as they get older.