Back to School! Automatic discount on products $10+through Sept 30,2023


Your Cart is Empty

by Lara Hocheiser October 31, 2019 1 min read

Happy Halloween! Get ready for costumes, candy, and FUN!

Take this opportunity to have a mindful moment with your little ones. We know how excited they get about candy, so this can be a great time to introduce mindful eating.

Mindful Halloween Candy Eating

Instead of scarfing all your candy if you trick-or-treat, choose one small piece per day and use your senses to enjoy eating it.

  1. Look at your candy closely. What color and shape is it?
  2. Smell your candy. What aroma do you notice
  3. Notice what is happening in your mouth! Have you begun to salivate?
  4. Place your candy in your mouth but no do not chew yet. This part is tricky!
  5. When you must chew, chew slowly. Notice what you can smell, taste, hear and feel.
  6. When you're ready, swallow. Notice when you can no longer feel the sensation of food in your mouth or throat.
  7. Reflect! What was that like for you? How does this differ from the way we normally eat candy? How might eating more mindfully benefit you in leading a healthy life?

Leave a comment

Comments will be approved before showing up.

Also in Kids Yoga Blog

Yoga Ideas for Math: Enhancing Learning through Mindfulness
Yoga Ideas for Math: Enhancing Learning through Mindfulness

by Lara Hocheiser May 17, 2023 1 min read

User Research is a Key to Growing Your Kids Yoga Business
User Research is a Key to Growing Your Kids Yoga Business

by Lara Hocheiser May 09, 2023 6 min read

User Research feedback loops can improve your classes, courses, and content and create a bridge to new business.

With ten years of experience creating student programs, professional development, teacher training, and learning materials in the kid’s yoga and mindfulness industry, I’d like to share some wisdom.

Flower pose. kids yoga. Spring Yoga Sequence + Curriculum
Flower Yoga Pose - Inspired by Lotus Flower

by Lara Hocheiser April 24, 2023 1 min read

Kids Yoga Poses: Flower Pose

Flower pose is a crowd pleaser when working with children.

While it requires core strength and balance, learners can practice safely with a few safety tips.