Top 10 Musical Yoga Activities

Top 10 Musical Yoga Activities

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Top 10 Musical Yoga Activities
  • Deep Breath In (Breathing Activity)

    At the beginning of every Yo Re Mi class, we warm up our bodies and voices. Crossing the meridian of our body builds the corpus callosum, the bridge between the two halves of our brain, and helps with tracking and reading skills down the line. Taking deep breaths can help us self-regulate when bi...

  • Sun Dance (Sun Salutation)

    A Sun Salutation is a standard part of many yoga practices! Kids can practice a full Sun Salutation to build energy and warm up our bodies before we begin to move.

  • Volcano (Star Pose)

    In our original rhyme, kids can practice Foward Fold and Star Pose while learning about Volcanoes! Forward Folding is a grounding pose which sends oxygenated blood to our brain while calming our central nervous system and Star Pose is energizing and powerful, teaching us the self-confidence to ta...

  • Boats (Boat and Bow Pose)

    We'll start by practicing Boat Pose, a yoga pose that strengthens our core muscles and balance. Then we'll move on to bicycles, another exercise to strengthen our abdominals. Next, we'll practice a lateral stretch to lengthen our intercostal muscles. We'll move on to a wide legged forward fold, a...

  • Hop A Lot, Stop (Sing-Along)

    Energetic day at school or at home? Try our original song, Hop A Lot, Stop to shake some of your sillies out and regain focus!

  • Helicopter (Seated Twist)

    In our original Helicopter song, children can practice a gentle twist and a shoulder roll. Twisting aids in digestion and rolling our shoulders produces seratonin, a feel-good hormone which promotes optimism, confidence and relaxation.

  • Warrior (Warrior Two Pose)

    Warrior Two strengthens our legs and core and lengthens our side body and spine. It creates strength and focus in our body and mind!

  • Tree (Tree Pose)

    By practicing Tree Pose with Shelley, kids can work on their balance, stability, and confidence! Balancing on one foot is a developmental milestone for little ones and adding in an original song makes it even more fun!

  • Breathing Ball (Breathing Activity)

    Did you know that focusing on our breath can help us experience big emotions? It can even help children to self-regulate! Give it a try with our Hoberman Sphere, or Breathing Ball!

  • Home Song (Sing-Along)

    Sometimes you just need a transition between classroom activities! In our original Home song kids can sing along with Dan, practicing musical dynamics.