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Gentle Guidelines

$5.00

Description

This Next Generation Yoga Lesson Plan invites students to learn about Patanjali’s first two limbs of yoga: the yamas and niyamas. These philosophical principles are presented as gentle guidelines that are helpful on and off the mat. A balanced sequence of poses are presented in this lesson and discussion points facilitate reflection on how students can incorporate the wisdom of the yamas and niyamas into their lives.

Written by: Sarah Henderson, E-RYT 200/RYT 500

This NGY Lesson Plan includes:

● An introduction to successfully sharing yoga with the tweens and tweens in your life, whether you are a parent, caregiver, a school professional, or an experienced or new yoga teacher.

● A detailed and easy to follow script for the teacher/leader.

● A complete class theme and sequence including an introduction to the topic, breathing exercises, a warm up, an active pose series, a cool down, and a guided meditation and relaxation exercise. The lesson plan theme works whether taught from beginning to end or in pieces.

● Ideas for activities, props, music, and more to enhance the experience

● Ideas for taking the theme off the mat to help tweens and teens incorporate their practice into their daily lives.

● Suggestions for how to relationally connect with tweens and tweens in developmentally appropriate ways.

● Opportunities to teach through multiple pathways: physical, social-emotional, sensory, creative, cognitive and intellectual learning.

● A how-to glossary of poses and breathing exercises used in the lesson plan that includes traditional names plus Sanskrit names when appropriate.

● A one-page lesson plan “cheat sheet” — a quick guide for handy reference.

NGY Lesson Plans are delivered electronically in PDF format – easy to download & print or view on a tablet or e-reader!

Price: $5.00

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