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Creative Yoga for Teenagers

Focus, fitness and fun

$45.00 $19.90 inc. GST

Product Code: 8011

We have a lifelong relationship with our body so it pays to treat it well and listen to it with respect. We also have a lifelong relationship with our mind. One of the greatest challenges we each have is to learn to be more skilful in managing our thoughts.

Because there is an intimate connection between our mind and our body, yoga teaches us about managing the flow of our thoughts as we engage in the flow of the postures. The fun part is about feeling healthy, vital and at ease with our body. It is about the sheer enjoyment of the body and its movement. Yoga, when practised with open intent, simply feels good!

In this book you’ll find a series of creative yoga sequences designed by yoga and dance education specialist, Edna Reinhardt. Edna brings to bear her wealth of knowledge about yoga and her years of experience teaching yoga to children and young people.

This book presents each posture on a separate page, before showing how they are combined to create sequences of movement. Instructions for the yoga postures are accompanied by photographs demonstrating correct alignment.

Check out the Ideas Bank (right) to learn more about Edna’s work with young people.

Published by Yoga Education Resources and Innovative Resources, 2010
Hardcover folder containing spiral-bound pages, full-colour, 112 pages
ISBN: 978 0 980 77860 1
Author: Edna Reinhardt
Designer: Michael Wolfe

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Owen Wood, Review in Slow Magazine, no. 8, 2011.
‘Yoga has been a part of Edna’s personal and professional life since she was introduced to the discipline as a teenager and she believes passionately in its potential to combine with dance to help young people develop a healthy relationship between body and mind. Her latest offering, Creative Yoga for Teenagers, is founded on this passion. The book is made up of a series of colour photographs of yoga postures and stretches accompanied by a simple set of instructions. On high-quality paper and splendidly designed by Mike Wolfe, it is attractive, practical and a shining example of a heartfelt idea brilliantly conceived. Highly recommended.’