On April 8th, from 11:00 A.M. to 11:05 A.M., thousands of schoolchildren around the world, including those in at least 45 states in the U.S., will put down their books and let their imaginations run free as they mold themselves into trees, flamingos, windmills, kites, and other kid-friendly positions.
They will be joined by children at home and other locations, all led by more than 100 official ambassadors to raise global awareness about yoga for kids. It’s all part of the first annual Kids’ Yoga Day envisioned by Teresa Anne Power, a bestselling author whose latest book, ‘The ABCs of Yoga for Kids: A Guide for Parents and Teachers,” is being released that day.
An internationally recognized expert on children’s yoga and author of the beautifully illustrated “The ABCs of Yoga for Kids” – a book that has sold more than 1/4 million copies in four languages – Power says few people understand how powerful yoga can be.
More than a great way to become fit, she says parents who practice yoga with their children get a bonus: stronger relationships with them. “When you both do something healthy and fun, you will get closer,” she observes, noting that the type of yoga she favors is playful and does not involve chanting.
About Teresa Anne Power
Teresa Anne Power is an avid yoga practitioner, teacher and speaker who has been featured in USA Today, on Fox 11 in Los Angeles, and other major media. She volunteers at Let’s Move West LA, Children’s Bureau, Connections for Children, and other places. Her mission is to spread the world about the benefits of yoga to as many children as possible. Kids’ Yoga Day is expected to draw over 21, 000 participants.
Availability: Nationwide by telephone and arrangement
Company Name: ABC Yoga for Kids
Contact Person: Teresa Anne Power
City: Pacific Palisades
Country: United States