Happiness is a Class in Yoga.

Via Indra Singh
on Nov 21, 2010
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Children are our future and giving them the gift of Yoga is one of the best gifts you could ever give. I hope after this short film you can come to your own conclusion as to why this is.



About Indra Singh

Indra Singh loves to write anything from Yoga Articles to Creative Writing works. She is a full time mother and works predominantly in the world of addiction therapy, helping individuals with their journey through recovery by assisting them with Yoga techniques to help support their daily lives. She runs general classes and workshops too and is an experienced Children's Yoga teacher. She's studied Aura Soma, reflexology, aromatherapy and is heavily into flower essences and vibrational healing. She also loves to knit. For more about Indra, visit her website, Facebook or Twitter.


11 Responses to “Happiness is a Class in Yoga.”

  1. Alamgir says:

    Great video with some good music. As said before in another post children are our future.

  2. Jennifer Paige says:

    I LOVE what you're doing Indra! So important! So inspiring! Much Love straight from my heartspace! Thank you! Bless!

  3. indrasingh says:

    Alamgir-thank you

  4. indrasingh says:

    Bless you Jennifer, thank you from my own heartspace:)

  5. A very lovely film indeed. I've started doing Yoga with my 3 year old Granddaughter. Kids have an absolutely natural love and affinity for this stuff.

    Thanks, Indra.

    Bob W.

  6. indrasingh says:

    so true Bob
    keep up the good work
    it's the best time to start
    thank you

  7. padma gedan says:

    thank you indra for your amazing work planting and watering the wholesome seeds of the youth. sat nam

  8. indrasingh says:

    Sat Nam Padma gedan
    thank you for the comment
    watering seems to work well, it's important not to let the seeds dry out me thinks:)

  9. Lovely – what beautiful souls! Yoga is a gift that will bless their lives immensely. Keep it up.

  10. indrasingh says:

    we sure will Donna
    thank you

  11. […] Yoga teaches us to surrender by quieting the mind and senses where attachment, ego, and desire exist. By allowing this to happen, the self naturally becomes clear to see. The self is not made up of anything but love…this is truly the only way to describe such a discovery. In the Gita, Krishna tells us: “The person whose mind is always free from attachment, who has subdued the mind and senses, and who is free from desires, attains the supreme perfection of freedom from Karma through renunciation.” […]