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Post by Yuhua » Fri Jun 29, 2012 1:27 pm

angel3750 wrote:
phantom wrote:
super_dad wrote:that's some weird niece and nephew you have... :shock:
Actually there is night Taichi courses in this Unity Primary meant for Children and there is actually children talking those courses. Actually, Taichi for children is not all that slow moving that we used to see, they do other related activities that has alot of physical workout.
could you please let me know where it exactly is ?
Explore kid's yoga as well.. It works superb for my 2 boys & my niece :imcool:

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Post by Alexrichard » Tue Aug 07, 2012 1:58 pm

we are the Online Yoga Training providers. we train teachers as well as kids ,we have many online programs for kids.yoga is really important for our healthy life.

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Post by Ran1977 » Tue Aug 07, 2012 2:21 pm

Dedicated6s wrote:You can try

http://anandamarga.org.sg/

They have two free trial classes.My boy goes there and he is
Enjoying.Can consider.
Hi dear, I am interested in yoga at their Parkway Centre for my hyperactive 5year old at Parkway.
Do you think Yoga will help him calm down, focus and at the same time becomes less angry and irritated all the time?

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Re: YOGA for Kids

Post by Yuhua » Thu Aug 09, 2012 2:38 pm

Ran1977 wrote:
Dedicated6s wrote:You can try

http://anandamarga.org.sg/

They have two free trial classes.My boy goes there and he is
Enjoying.Can consider.
Hi dear, I am interested in yoga at their Parkway Centre for my hyperactive 5year old at Parkway.
Do you think Yoga will help him calm down, focus and at the same time becomes less angry and irritated all the time?
You can try out kid's yoga class at ohmsantih yoga. My DS with ADHD really likes the teacher's classes and that was the only lesson he did not refuse to attend. He was alot calmer and focused in about half a year and his health improved greatly as well.

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Post by Nana Nokera » Tue Aug 14, 2012 3:55 pm

Yoga is a best exercise for the kids.
It is very helpful to improve their physical fitness and boost their mental abilities.
I send my children to yoga club to learn different yoga exercises and they are learning these yoga exercises quickly.


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Re: YOGA for Kids

Post by dominic » Tue Aug 14, 2012 5:14 pm

Somewhere nearer to novena or bishan area? Parkway is way too far for my kids.

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Post by 2hotTOhandle » Tue Aug 14, 2012 6:15 pm

dominic wrote:Somewhere nearer to novena or bishan area? Parkway is way too far for my kids.
There is a centre called Kids In Flow at Goldhill Plaza. They run kids workshops (Anger management issues, etc) as well as Kids Yoga classes there. My DD has attended some classes there to improve her speech and I heard the yoga classes are quite enjoyable. You can check them out.

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Re: YOGA for Kids

Post by Ran1977 » Wed Aug 15, 2012 10:24 am

For me I would prefer Prakway parade for my ADHD child....any recommendations?

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Re: YOGA for Kids

Post by Dedicated6s » Wed Aug 15, 2012 5:38 pm

Ran1977

I think Amanda marga has free trial lessens for kids, why don't try and decide whether it suits your kid or not.

When I was looking for yoga classes, took the trial they offered (parent is allowed to sit for the first class).Since I cannot answer your question 100%,it's better to do the trial and decide.

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Re: YOGA for Kids

Post by Dedicated6s » Wed Aug 15, 2012 5:43 pm

Sometimes they may have a combined lesson(teens class + kids class),so if you prefer to take up trial for your kid it's better to avoid the combined class.

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