Unique Styles of Yoga

Kundalini Yoga & Meditation Inspired by Forrest Yoga SUP Yoga Divine Dragons

Divine Dragons has been created and stimulated by my experience teaching yoga to children for more than 10 years and threading yoga into my children’s lives.

Please enjoy, participate and be encouraged by a new series of online posts and events to invite yoga into your lifestyle, both for your children, and as a family together. Yoga does not require a special quiet studio. Introduce yoga into your home and enjoy the fun. Divine Dragons’ topics of discussion will range from child friendly yoga poses, benefits, peaceful meditations, creating a Sadhana (a short term cycle of practice, a personal commitment) for your child and family, children’s perspective on yoga and our world, supporting and balancing sports, overcoming challenges and more!

Both of my daughters received mantra while in the womb, assisted yoga as a baby, and yoga practice as a child. Ryver is 3 years old and Irelynd is 6. I share yoga with them to give them the tools to thrive with balance and brilliance as they grow and adapt to society. Yoga and meditation have such powerful benefits and can turn into a skill set that children can use for their whole lives.

Spontaneous yoga classes can happen in your home with your children if you integrate them and lead by example a yogic lifestyle. It’s certainly not all dreamy and blissful. They fight, cry and resist and sometimes steam roll each other in the middle of a practice. They may yell, scream, toss yoga props. Sometimes we roll out our mats and don’t even make it to the first yoga pose or meditation. Its not perfect but it’s worth it. It’s worth the effort and continued practice because it’s worth it to be truly happy.

Do we, as mothers, do the same internally at times? Do we steam roll right over top of our feelings? Do we feel resistance? If we are not building a relationship to ourselves, how do we build a relationship to our children? An interesting contemplation.

Check out the Acu Harmony Facebook page here for posts on Divine Dragons. Online support will be offered for free and families and teachers are encouraged to participate and share your thoughts.