Have you ever practiced yoga as a family? If you haven’t, it is time to go to your mat, encourage your family and begin. This activity brings many benefits to those who practice it. It is also ideal for children because it does not require a great deal of physical effort &mdash and they can do it anywhere!
Look at some of the benefits of practicing yoga with your family:
It fosters connection.
Yoga is not only physical, but also mental and emotional. Therefore, when you practice yoga as a family, this activity can create a special moment. It is a good opportunity to talk to your kids about the emotions they experience during the exercise and their ability to concentrate. Start your conversation with questions like these:
– How do you feel after practicing yoga as a family?
– What was your favorite part?
– How did you imagine it would be, and how did it end up being for you?
Share this activity with your children. Make it a fun time, but above all focus on your love for one another and the importance of strengthening family ties.
It highlights the importance of physical activity.
Engaging in a form of exercise that is fun and that represents a shared activity among parents and siblings is a great way to instill healthy habits in small children. Show them that physical activity can be a time of entertainment and also beneficial to our health.
It promotes relaxation.
Yoga can also reassure us, helping us maintain our breathing rhythm in every pose in order to find calm. This activity can be very useful with regard to creating a more relaxed atmosphere at home.
It is an exercise in self-knowledge.
Yoga promotes mindfulness, concentration and improves the way we breathe. Practicing yoga in a conscious way helps us connect with our inner being and allows us to recognize ourselves within our true self: what we like, what moves us and what inspires us &mdash all these things can be achieved if we really open ourselves up to the act of receiving the benefits of yoga. Doing yoga as a family can be a revealing experience that connects us not only from a place of love, but also to the possibility of truly knowing ourselves.