Practical Yoga Interventions for the Classroom that Promote Physical Activity and Motor Development
Making physical activity using yoga an easy addition to any classroom!
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Welcome to Practical Ways to Incorporate Yoga Into the Classroom for Physical Activity and Motor Development!
Yoga is integrated principal based approach that focuses on 5 basic areas.
The goal of this course is to focus on the exercise/physical portion of yoga and ideas for implementing it into the school and classroom.
Included In This Course
This course comes to you in lecture and video format. Watch real kids performing poses, modifications, along with intervention games and ideas.
- What is yoga?
- Information on research for a physical and exercise stand point.
- Common yoga poses and modification ideas.
- Ideas/interventions for adding yoga to the classroom.
- Using yoga as part of your themes.
- Collaboration ideas with other members of the school staff.
- Where to get yoga resources.
- BONUS MATERIAL included as part of the course.
- Quiz and certificate of completion.
Get BONUS printable yoga cards, games, and stories to start using right now! For just taking this course you will get $20+ dollars worth of printable resources!
Certificate of Completion
Take the quiz at the end of the course to receive a certificate of completion that you can submit for continuing education to your state. You must pass the quiz with a score of 80% or higher.
This course has been given live at the school based PT/OT conference in Minnesota. If you were there you may have already taken this course.
Bethany has been an occupational therapist for over 7 years. She currently works in the schools at the preschool, elementary and middle school levels. She has experience in various settings including an Autism center, outpatient pediatric clinic and school districts. Bethany has taken additional yoga training. Bethany lives in Minnesota with her husband and two young children.
Chanda has been a physical therapist for over 11 years. She worked as a school based physical therapist for 7 years. She currently runs the website Pink Oatmeal where she tries to make life easier for therapists, teachers, and parents by providing resources that they can use in their classroom, therapy rooms, or homes that promote movement and motor skills. Chanda lives in Minnesota with her husband, dog, and three young children!