Why do I believe in kids yoga?
Because every child deserves calm and happiness. Because the earlier they learn good habits, the easier it is to keep doing them. Because I love yoga. Because it is a special gift that is not bound by language, nationality, religion or politics. Because growing up is hard enough. Because kids are natural yogis. Because I believe in the power of children in changing the world.
Let’s look forward to the next generation of yogis…it might just help make the world a better place for everyone.
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Tanya Maria Mah is a designer, an occasional seeker of all things true, a yogi, a hippie (not a hipster), a teeny-tiny disco dancer, a sometimes-cook and an eternal optimist. She can be creative, is frequently inappropriate and aspires for inspiration. When asked for a bio she Facebook polled her friends for one word that describes her and they came up with the following: loves hearts, crazy (this was mentioned a few times!), sunshine, bubbly, meatball, mcskank (personal joke), excitable, spunky monkey, delicious, pixie and charismatically crazy (a new spin on an old favorite!) To get in touch, please email [email protected].
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