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Baby Yoga Baby Yoga

on Thursday, 28 March 2013. Posted in Toddler Tips, Life With Baby

Who said yoga was only for Mommy?

What is Baby Yoga?

It is a funfilled experience for mum, dad and baby where we use adapted adult yoga postures to stimulate and interact with our babies in a creative and meaningful and structured way. This is movement of body, breathe and energy where we play, stretch and relax together. In baby yoga classes you can learn to how to handle and do active movements with ease and confidence. These classes are ideal for early childhood development and are for new born to five year olds.

 

 

Immunisation Schedules 2013 Immunisation Schedules 2013

on Friday, 22 March 2013. Posted in Toddler Tips, Baby Basics, Life With Baby, Life in the +852

Keeping track of vaccinations for your little one can be a tad confusing for any mum. If you are not planning on staying in Hong Kong for a long time, most doctors recommend you follow your own country's vaccination schedule and, depending on your situation, add special vaccinations recommended for Hong Kong.

Yoga For Kids: Benefits Beyond The Mat Yoga For Kids: Benefits Beyond The Mat

on Wednesday, 27 March 2013. Posted in Toddler Tips

Yoga not only promotes strength and flexibility in growing bodies; it also cultivates a sense of balance and respect for the world around oneself. Put simply, yoga improves behavioral issues as well as overall health.

Yoga seems to be everywhere these days, and as more and more people practice yoga they are experiencing its benefits. One leaves yoga class physically challenged, yet mentally focused and calm at the same time. With benefits like these it is not surprising that parents are in search of the same results for their children. A child’s yoga practice can be the perfect de-stressing outlet; children increasingly “compete” at an early age in an adult-like manner, particularly in a high-pressure environment like Hong Kong. The beauty of yoga is that it is completely non-competitive, and encourages kids to focus solely on themselves, a rare opportunity for those caught up in the throes of the pressure to constantly “perform” to perfection.

 

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