Some thoughts on yoga from Matthew, age 6 via Yogi Beans.
We know the feeling, little dude.
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- Kids Yoga is Awesome
Cutie! It’s kinda rewarding to get letters like this one. 😉
Wow! This is so cute ,:). For me, the funny part is when he says that you are the best yoga teacher he knows(which implies that at this young age he had a chance to meet other yoga teachers),:D. On the other hand , that might be the case, with the pace with which the world is evolving and young children are engaging in everything much earlier then previous generations.
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Mathew is so cute. Everyone needs yoga in their lives. Hopefully this young man will be into yoga for a lifetime.
This is so adorable. It’s definitely an argument for starting kids young!
Anyone who spends quite a few hours glued to chair would know how restless one gets due to backaches and fatigue. If you are some who spends most of waking hours at the desk you must agree to buy a desk chair that cares for your physical health so that you work in peace. It is actually very detrimental for work productivity if one is constantly haunted by pains in various regions of body. Since, a chair is a serves as home for all the people at work, one must try quite a few chairs before making a purchase. A chair does much more than providing a place to sit. Ideally, a chair must take care of the health of the person who sits over it for more than usual hours. Human body is curvilinear so how can a stiff straight chair adjust to its demands at first place? A chair that does not care for the contours of human body is definitely not an appropriate one.`*