What if your child isn’t ready to dive into Harry Potter, but is curious about the mystery world of wizards and witches?
Or maybe your child isn’t ready to try yoga, but is super interested in wizards? Then Wizard Yoga might just the thing to both learn about wizards and add movement to their learning experiences!
Though we haven’t been able to find many wizard books aimed at younger children, this book kept us intrigued and turning pages: 1001 Wizard Things to Spot (1001 Things to Spot) by Gillian Doherty (Amazon affiliate link). You’ll be looking for pixies, wizards, and black cats in the pages.
Below, you’ll find five wizard-inspired yoga poses for kids, but if you’re looking for more poses, check out our Wizard Yoga Cards for Kids with eighteen wizard images and eighteen matching yoga postures.
5 Wizard Yoga Poses for Kids
Follow the five-pose flow below to bring the magical world of wizards to life through movement. Don’t worry if you haven’t tried yoga before—just jump in and give it a try. Clear the space, practice barefoot, and have fun. The focus is on introducing yoga to children, not on perfectly aligned poses. Be safe, but also encourage them to explore their creativity.
What’s your favorite wizard yoga pose?
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Check Out Our Wonderful World of Wizards Yoga Cards for Kids
BRING YOUR CHILD’S LOVE OF WIZARDS AND WITCHES TO YOGA!
This colorful deck explores the wonderful and magical world of wizards.
Poses include wise wizard, pixie, and gargoyle.
Download these Wonderful World of Wizards Yoga Cards to learn through movement in your home, classroom, or studio.
The set includes 48 cards: an index card, pose instructions, yoga teaching tips, 18 colorful Wizard cards, and 18 matching yoga pose cards.
The yoga poses in the index are thoughtfully sequenced specifically to invite flow from one pose to the next.
The multicultural yoga kids are from seven countries. Ages 3+
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