We see so many health hazards around us; kids are prone to various diseases and infections that we cannot even imagine. Hygiene is a major issue behind this condition. Our environment is not improving any time soon, the only way out is to prepare ourselves and be on our guard. Children are not wise enough to take precautions on their own, developing good immunity is the best thing that could be done.
Today we are living in the digital era, be it video games, mobile or television; most of the kids spent their time sitting in one place. Even at such a young age kids develop a stiff body. Health problems which earlier were only concern of the older population, are common in teenagers these days.
Another common problem among kids is impulsive nature. We all have heard mothers complain about their child getting angry on small things. Daily yoga provides a sense of stillness. It is very important that the brain develops in the right way, grabbing all the positives. We make sure that we create a peaceful vibe at Avadhuta Yoga for your kids.
Low self-esteem, superiority or inferiority complexes are common among teens, and often children don’t know how to get rid of it. Speaking of being non-competitive, in this day and age of competition, even third or fourth grade students are pushed into rat race from the very beginning. It is unfortunate but true. Even kids are now stressed. Cherry on top, our society doesn’t give much importance to mental wellbeing.
Yoga as a practice not only enhances physical health but is also very beneficial for mental health. The routine we design not only makes your child physically but also mentally strong.
They are constantly under pressure of performing well in scholastic as well as co-scholastic domain. Therefore, it is very important that the child should be able to handle the stress.
The meaning of our self is not to be found in its separateness from God and others, but in the ceaseless realisation of yoga, of union; not on the side of the canvas where it is blank, but on the side where the picture is being painted.
We also organise various yoga workshops for kids. The intent of these workshops is to introduce the child to the concept of yoga, to build their interest. And the best time to develop a habit is this tender age. If good things are imparted in childhood, they become a part of their personality as they grow up. Yoga has been a part of our culture for ages, and this is something we should hold on. What better than teaching your child a way to be healthy and happy and turning it into a habit?