KRIYA – YOGA FOR CHILDREN
(Physical Wisdom, pp.
Sit in Rock Pose with your hands in Venus Lock behind your back.
Open your mouth and stick your tongue out as far as you
can. Inhale in the up
position and, as you exhale, bring your forehead to the ground,
keeping your mouth open and your tongue out.
This exercise corrects imbalances in the reproductive.
Sit in Celibate Pose with your hands in Venus Lock on the top of
Inhale and twist left.
Exhale and twist right.
This exercise balances the glandular system.
Pain in celibate pose indicates that the glandular system
may be out of balance.
Sit in Easy Pose, back to back with a partner.
Cross your hands over your heart (right on top of left)
and press them tightly against your chest.
Bend forward and touch
your forehead to the ground and come sitting up straight and hit
your back and spine against your partner’s spine.
Continue at a steady pace and be careful not to hit heads
with your partner. This
exercise adjusts that spine.
Sit in Easy Pose, facing your partner.
Put your hands around each other’s neck you’re your arms
straight and begin grinding your spine in a circular motion
together r with your partner.
This exercise corrects menstrual problems and balances
the sex glands. It also
helps to prevent breast cancer.
Frog pose, inhaling up and exhaling down, 52 times.
This exercise stretches the Life Nerve and transmutes
Lie on your stomach with your chin on the ground.
Make fists of your hands and beat them against your
buttocks. Do this as
hard and fast as you can.
This exercise is very relaxing.
Stay on your stomach, turn your cheek to the side and fall
Pretend you are sleeping and snore.
Whoever does this will not snore at night.
Bring your arms to your
sides and lock them there.
Do not bend your arms or legs.
Become like a log and roll, first in one direction and
Repeat 7 or 8 times in each direction.
This exercise will break down anything in your body that
shouldn’t be growing and readjust the magnetic field.
There are no set times for these exercises.
Do them as long as the children have attention span to
participate in them.
(Adults doing this set can do each exercise for 3-5 minutes.)
When teaching yoga to children, invoke their imaginations.
Create a story or ask them to pretend to be animals—whatever
it takes to create an imaginary environment in which the children
can participate with enthusiasm and abandonment.
“It is easier to prevent ill
health than it is to correct an unhealthy condition once it has
This set strengthens and balances children’s bodies to prepare them
to face adolescence and adulthood.”