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Model Me Yoga™ DVD
Model Me Kids® | Gwynne Basen
Model Me Kids / DVD /
Special Education
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The Model Me Yoga™ video leads children through yoga sequences for breath, movement, and self-awareness. No yoga experience necessary! Designed for children with Autism but appropriate for all kids! Each sequence runs approximately 10-15 minutes, so it can be used as a short break or strung together with other segments for a longer yoga class. The sequences are first presented with visual cues and background music to explain the poses. In the second version, the same sequences are offered without the visual cues or music background as an option. Each pose is modeled by a child and explained by the yoga teacher. The video includes partner yoga and chair yoga sequences.

Model Me Kids, LLC is a Yoga Alliance Registered Children's Yoga School.

Recommended for ages 7-15

Topics include:

• Breathing
• Movement
• Strength
• Partner Yoga
• Chair Yoga
• Meditation

MMK SKU: Y5204

Studies shows benefits of yoga for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder:

NCBI: Yoga for Autism
Harvard Medical School
Harvard Medical School

Breathing Exercise for Anxiety for All [Script]

Lie down on your back. You can bend the knees and put the soles of the feet on the ground. Or bring your legs long on the floor and let the toes fall open to the sides. Close your eyes. Notice your breath. Is it smooth or choppy? Is it deep or shallow? Is it fast or slow? You don't need to change anything about your breath. Just watch how your breath moves as if you're floating about yourself, looking down and observing your body. [After observing] Put your right hand on your belly. Put your left hand on your heart. Breath in and out through the nose. Notice the rise and fall of your hands. As you breath in, the right hand lifts a little followed by a lift in the left. As you breath out, the hands go back down to your body. Stay with noticing this movement [a minute or longer]. If you get distracted, that's ok. No worries. Just invite your attention back to your hands moving with the breath. [After a minute or longer] Bring your hands down to your sides and rest. Notice. How has your breath changed? Has it slowed? Smoothed? By slowing the breath, we quiet our thoughts.

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