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Yoga Sequence for Kids: Yoga for Kids -7 to 11 Age Group

(Tummee Reference Yoga Sequence)


Below yoga sequence should be used as a guide by yoga teachers to create their own yoga class plans


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Yoga Sequence for Kids: Yoga for Kids -7 to 11 Age Group: Yoga Poses, Cues, Steps, and Breathing instructions

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  • Introduction Section
    Guidelines for yoga teachers:

    A. You may spend the first 10 mins explaining the purpose and theme of the yoga class.

    B. Next you may demonstrate each pose in a simple way, without focusing too much on alignment.

    C. Holding the yoga poses for long is not the idea here, it has to be more of playful way to appreciate their bodies.

    D. Take breaks when you sense the kids need it. And if this is their first class go slow and steady with the movements.

    E. Throughout the yoga sequence teach them the idea of Focus and Balance.
  • Corpse Pose (IRT) (Savasana (IRT))
    A. Always begin the yoga class with the practice of any relaxing yoga poses that helps the kids to unwind and settle down.

    B. Here we have used Savasana or Corpse Pose.

    C. Importance of unwinding or relaxing before starting the yoga class helps the teacher quickly understand each students mood. As a restless kid may not enjoy the relaxing yoga pose, a tired kid may just about fall asleep, a balanced kid may follow the instructions carefully and so on. Also, it helps kids/students feel loved and cared for and helps them settle their breathing and thought process.

    D. Let them stay here for about 2-3 minutes. Requesting them to close their eyes, if they are comfortable.

    E. Ask kids to smile when in Savasana.
  • Warmup

    3. Warmup

    A. It is always good to warm up the body even if it the yoga class is for kids.

    B. Let them jump 10 times, bend forward touching their toes about 5 times, stretch their arms out and bring them in 5 times etc.

    C. Choosing the warm up yoga poses is the choice of the students to help them get involved.

    D. Give them the choice to warm up, while you as a yoga teacher is also doing the warm up yoga poses.

    E. Around 2-3 minutes of warm up is good. It should cover legs, arms, shoulders and neck.
  • Beginner Tree Pose (Beginner Vrksasana)
    A. Make the kids stand in a circle while distancing themselves comfortably.

    B. Let them stand with feet close to each other, and spread the arms out to the sides at shoulder level.

    C. Closing their eyes, they are just told to enjoy the air going in through their nostrils.

    D. Releasing, begin to make them stand in Beginner Tree Pose or Beginner Vrksasana. Here they will stand holding the arms stretched out sideways at shoulder level, touching and interlocking their neighbour's fingers.

    C. Explain the meaning of the name of the yoga pose. Also ask them before giving out the name, what would the name of the pose be. This would help them be more involved while enhancing their creativity.

    D. Let them be here for 30 seconds
  • Rooster Pose
    A. In a flow, releasing from Beginner Tree Pose, let them go into Rooster Pose.

    B. Teaching them to let go of the hold of their hands with their neighbours, and placing them below their armpits, while holding the foot behind.

    C. Teach them here about balance, while also explaining the need for caring for their neighbor. As while they learn to balance they may fall on their neighbor :).

    D. Stay here for 30 seconds.

    E. Explain the meaning of this pose.

    F. Release and relax

    G. Repeat with the other leg. Stay for 30 seconds each with Tree Pose and Rooster Pose.
  • Chair Pose Arms Forward (Utkatasana Arms Forward)
    A. After the practice of the above, allow them to take rest in the simple Tadasana.

    B. Then with knees bent, demonstrate Utkatasana Arms Forward or Chair Pose Arms Forward, asking them to guess the name of the pose.

    C. Then helping them to go into the pose, let them stay for about 30 seconds.

    D. Not to stress to much on the bending, the alignment, or the duration. Teach them balance while the body is shaped differently.
  • Garland Pose (Malasana)
    A. In a flow from Utkatasana Arms Forward or Chair Pose Arms Forward, teach them to go in Garland Pose or Malasana.

    B. Explain to them that this is Frog Pose which is waiting to jump.

    C. Let them go in a flow, from Chair to Frog squat.

    D. As this pose is awkward, they may resist to practice this pose, hence teach them to love their bodies and not be shy.

    E. Stay for 30 seconds. Release and repeat again in a flow
  • Dancing Warrior Pose (Dancing Virabhadrasana)
    A. Releasing, let them stand in Tadasana to relax and rest the breathing.

    B. Then going into the Third Flow, demonstrate Dancing Virabhadrasana or Dancing Warrior Pose.

    C. Here, make them do this pose in pairs. Make them stand back to back. So while one is standing with the right leg bent the other will bent the left leg, while theirs back are facing. Then let them touch the raised hand, while making contact.

    D. If they are unable to touch the raised hand from behind, then let them place their back foots touching each other.

    E. Ask them to pretend to be dancers on ice, enjoying the flow of the arms up and in front.

    F. Let them stay for 30 seconds.
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Note: Above yoga sequence is for educational purposes only. Please consult a medical professional and/or a licensed yoga teacher or yoga therapist before starting any exercise regime, including yoga.

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