Aurora, CO (PRWEB) December 4, 2009 -
Lazy Lizards Yoga introduces a new eco friendly, thicker mat in a variety of new colors. The new Lazy Lizards Yoga Mat for Kids is made out of a PER material that is more eco friendly, which is lead, latex, and phlatate free. The Lazy Lizards Yoga Mat is different then other children's yoga mats because it has 12 easy to follow poses printed directly on the mat, to encourage children with their yoga practice by using a visual reference. The mat is also 4mm thick for a nice soft surface area for children to practice, and a kid’s size 24” X 48”, great for kids ages 2 to 7. There is a rainbow of new colors for both boys and girls: pumpkin, grape, sky blue, and passion pink. Check out the new mats and colors available at http://www.lazylizardsyoga.com/mat.html.
Lazy Lizards Yoga is dedicated to teaching children and parents the benefits of yoga. Lazy Lizards Yoga developed when owner Karen Allaire's son started practicing with her at home. She was amazed to see how naturally yoga came to children and showed their inner spirit. There are numerous benefits to children doing Yoga, increase strength and flexibility, boost self confidence, to help right/left brain coordination, promote self discipline, and encourage calmness. It also helps children become aware of their growing bodies and minds, both physically and emotionally. A Lazy Lizards Yoga DVD for Kids is also available.
Lazy Lizards Yoga Classes for Kids are also available for children ages 2 to 7 for preschools, daycares, kindergarten enrichment programs and mom's groups. Lazy Lizards Yoga Classes for Kids has a different approach to yoga than traditional adult classes. It is designed to make yoga fun; incorporating lightheartedness, through games, songs, postures and relaxation. All classes include 7 key elements: time-in, a discussion with a different theme each week, warm up, poses, games or partner poses, rest and visualization, and most importantly fun.
Children just love Lazy Lizards Yoga Classes. One mom said, “She talks about it all the time, teaches it to her little sister and uses humming bird breaths to help calm herself when she gets upset. She comes home excited from it each time you teach!”