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How to Do Yoga Book Review and Giveaway

Introducing the How to Do Yoga Book Review and Giveaway by Kids Yoga Stories and OMSchooled

At the end of the post, enter the contest via the Rafflecopter online giveaway tool.

This is week #9 in our 10-Week Kids Yoga Resources Reviews and Giveaways.

Please meet Sarah Herrington, founder of OMSchooled kids yoga teacher training and author of OMSchooled: A guide to teaching kids yoga in real-world schools.  Sarah shares her experience as a kids yoga teacher working in New York City public schools.  The book is full of practical information on getting started teaching yoga in schools.  As a former teacher, I share Sarah’s passion for bringing the benefits of yoga to classrooms everywhere.  Her book is a great resource for ideas on how to teach yoga classes and inspiration for reminding us why we do what we do for children.

What I love about this book:

  • The engaging and easy-to-read personal account of Sarah’s experience teaching in public schools reads as if you’re sipping tea with a friend who’s telling you all about how she teaches yoga in schools.
  • She provides loads of examples from her actual yoga classes and shares honestly about what worked and what didn’t.
  • It inspires parents and teachers to bring yoga to schools through after-school programs, yoga breaks, yoga clubs, or full-time programs.  She demonstrates how yoga is easily integrated into all aspects of the school environment.
  • Her focus on combining teaching strategies, classroom management techniques, and structured yoga lesson plans create effective yoga experiences.
  • The in-depth descriptions of how to get yoga in schools include parent communication, a history of yoga, compliance with physical education standards, class sizes, and yoga class props.
  • She shows how to structure classes so that they are fun but also fit into the expectations of a school setting.
  • She has a great outline of a kids yoga lesson plan, which include components like setting up, opening, warming up, practicing a few focus poses, relaxing, and closing.
  • This book includes comprehensive, well-written descriptions of individual and group yoga poses that work in schools.
  • Sarah has included extra tidbits of inspiration, including yoga parties, yoga games, yoga art, yoga principles, special-occasion yoga poses, and yogic breathing techniques.

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The book also talks about the benefits of yoga in schools, including empowering children, teaching them relaxation techniques, increasing their self-esteem, developing their strength and flexibility, building focus and concentration, and cooperating in teams.

I hope that this OMSchooled book provides you with inspiration either as a parent advocate to bring yoga to your child’s school or as a kids yoga teacher looking to work in schools.  Don’t forget the benefits yoga brings to teachers, too!

To purchase the OMSchooled book:

Amazon (kindle)

Because the OMSchooled paperback book is currently out of stock, Sarah Herrington has generously offered to give away her newly released Essential Yoga book to one lucky winner.

The winner of this how to do yoga giveaway, will receive:

1 – Essential Yoga: One-hour classes you can take at your own pace book (value $19.99)

Essential Yoga is a book for adult beginners learning to get into the basics of yoga!  Partner this with OM Schooled and you’ve got all the ages covered.   No experience needed for Essential Yoga, just an open mind and heart.”

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1 – A Kids Yoga Stories book of your choice (up to $15.95 value)

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Please read the full Contest Rules below for details.

We look forward to your entries. Thank you for taking the time to participate. Please let me know if you have any questions or problems with the Rafflecopter tool below by sending me an e-mail at giselle at kidsyogastories dot com.

How to Do Yoga Book Giveaway

To enter the contest, sign in using your Facebook account or e-mail and click on the different ways to enter. You can enter every day using this Rafflecopter online giveaway tool.
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Contest Rules:
1. Entries are open worldwide.
2. You can be any age to enter.
3. Participation in the contest constitutes that you agree to the Contest Rules.
4. Please enter using the Rafflecopter tool above, obtaining points as follow the different options.
5. You can enter every day.
6. No purchase is necessary.
7. Kids Yoga Stories and OMSchooled accept no responsibility or liability for any injuries or losses that may result from practicing the yoga poses in the books. Please ensure your own safety and the safety of the children.
8. You must enter the contest giveaway with a valid e-mail address. The winner will be notified by e-mail, and at that time, we will request a mailing address. The shipping of the books can take some time, depending on the winner’s location. Kids Yoga Stories and OMSchooled will ship the books separately and will cover the shipping costs.
9. If you have any questions, e-mail Giselle directly at giselle at kidsyogastories dot com.
10. The contest closes on Monday, December 2nd, 2013, midnight EST.

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10 Responses to How to Do Yoga Book Review and Giveaway

  1. Amy P. November 29, 2013 at 1:36 am #

    Thank you for sharing all these books with us! Even if I don’t win, I get to know what’s out there! 🙂

  2. Lindy December 1, 2013 at 4:23 am #

    My son always lays on my mat when I’m trying to do yoga! He will imitate my poses, but I need to get him more involved. Thanks!

  3. Mia December 1, 2013 at 9:01 am #

    What a fun giveaway! I hope I win, my girls and I love doing yoga together!!

  4. Christy Colln December 1, 2013 at 11:01 pm #

    I practiced yoga with my son when he was 4. I cut him some of my mat off and he had his own and tried to do the poses as well as he could..He is now almost 7 and we are talking about starting yoga again. I need to gain weight and muscle so I am thinking yoga might be a good thing for me. 🙂 I’d love to get serious about it.

  5. Amanda K December 2, 2013 at 12:50 am #

    As of right now, I am solo on the map 🙂 Maybe in a couple years! I absolutely love yoga, though, and I think more children should participate in yoga, esp children with special needs

  6. Caroline Shelton December 2, 2013 at 5:57 am #

    I would love for my boys to practice yoga with me so that I don’t worry about them hurting themselves in their room while I do yoga by myself! 🙂

  7. Emi December 3, 2013 at 12:00 am #

    I take pilates at my daughters ballet school and sometimes she gets out early and joins us. We do some yoga moves like downward dog and sun salutation

  8. Cathy Jacobson December 3, 2013 at 2:05 am #

    I think yoga helps kids with better concentration

  9. Melissa December 3, 2013 at 4:11 am #

    My daughter’s only 5, but she’s very interested in yoga, so she’d love this.

  10. Robyn R December 3, 2013 at 4:26 am #

    I would like to do yoga with my own kids because of the flexibility it helps you get. I also like the calming nature of yoga.

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