Instructor: Nitin Kaushik
Category: Yoga 4 kids
Price: $ 50

Nitin is an international yoga teacher, who born and raised in India. Nitin grew up surrounded by a community submerged in health and fitness. His love for fitness, sports and the physical world led him to surfing and in his 20s he began practicing yoga. He felt an immediate connection to the practice, launching him into his current path as a teacher. After finishing his post graduation in yoga he moved to Vietnam to serve his teaching skills with 6+ year experience of teaching yoga. Nitin's classes will challenge you, make you sweat, and push you to the next level. Today, his style melds a unique blend of Iyengar Yoga and Vinyasa flow. His emphasis on alignment and pose integrity allows students to safely deepen their practice and build full body strength and control – all while gaining a rich understanding of traditional yoga postures. He is passionate about spreading his love for yoga and helping people in their journey by sharing his journey.

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Yoga is defined as the union of mind and body, yoga includes everything from simple deep breaths to mellow seated stretches to complex strength-building poses.

Physical benefits of yoga include improved flexibility, balance, strength and cardiovascular health. Study also shows mental and emotional benefits to youth from ages 5 to 18, including decreased anxiety, boosted concentration and memory, improved confidence and self-esteem, and better academic performance.

The goal of yoga is to generate self-awareness, which teaches kids to recognize their emotions. While it doesn’t erase feelings, yoga can give them a way to process frustration, anger or sorrow in a healthy way. This in turn helps kids learn to act thoughtfully rather than react impulsively.

Kids who practice yoga can learn to tune into their body’s sensations — like butterflies in the stomach, clenched fists or sweaty palms — and then use breath and movement to address uncomfortable feelings before they get out of control.

In a study on the effects of a five-week mindfulness program (comprising breathing exercises), sixth-graders reported feeling less stress and fewer negative emotions after the program. Brain scans revealed reduced activation of their amygdala, the region in the brain that processes fear.

 

Class Schedule : 06/15/2020 07/29/2020 View Schedule
Class Timing : 10:30 am 45 minutes
No. of Peoples 10 20
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