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    • By: Dr. Shamanthakamani Narendran M.D. (pead), Ph.D. (yoga science) ROLE OF YOGA IN CHILDREN'S DISORDERS
    • New insights into the current needs of children in terms of growth and development is in the forefront. There is a paradigm shift in our attitude towards human health with greater emphasis being placed on behavioral, social and preventive aspects of child health. Today, children are getting extremely stressed both at home and at school, with mounting pressure to excel in order to be successful in life.
    • Some of the common disorders in children such as
      • Obesity,
      • Recurrent abdominal pain,
      • Anxiety disorders,
      • Emotional upheavals,
      • Eating disorders ,
      • Migraine,
      • Asthma.
      • Have an underlying psychosocial basis.
    • Childhood stress, similar to adults has varied manifestations.
      • Temper tantrums
      • Thumb sucking
      • Nail biting
      • Mud eating (pica)
      • Hair plucking
      • Stealing
      • Head banging
      • Hyperactivity
      • Tics
      • Enuresis
      • Fecal soiling
      • Stammering
      are few common presentations.
    • Enuresis bed wetting
    • Mud eating
    • Head banging
    • Temper Tantrums
    • Eye blinking
    • Eye poking
    • Hair plucking
    • Nail bite
    • Self damage
    • Stuttering and Stammering
    • Throwing food
    • Thumb sucking
    • Yoga has the potential to alleviate and prevent these symptoms. The practice of yoga provides an opportunity for all children to achieve their maximum potential. Practice of yoga by pregnant mothers with positive effects on the unborn child is gaining increasing attention.
    • I A Y T ANANDAMAYAKOSA TOTAL BLISS & FREEDOM VIJNANAMAYAKOSA PERFECT HEALTH & KNOWLEDGE MANOMAYAKOSA STRESS IS SPEED PRANAMAYAKOSA
      • Respiratory training – Pranayama (breathing and energy flow),
      • Postural training – Asana,
      • Relaxation training – Yoga Nidra (guided relaxation techniques),
      • Concentration training – Trataka & Meditation.
      YOGA INTERVENTION
      • BREATHING PRACTICES:
      • Dog breathing
      • Rabbit breathing
      • Sectional breathing – abdominal
      • Lion roaring (Simha garjana 2)
      • Sighing tree “Ha” breathing
      • PRANAYAMA:
      • Anuloma-viloma
      • Nadi Suddhi
      • Sitali (tongue tubing)
      • Sitkari (tongue rolling)
      • Sadantha (teeth breathing)
      • Bhramari (bee humming)
      • Ujjayi (throat breathing)
      • Kapalabhathi
      • STANDING ASANAS:
      • Tadasana (palm tree)
      • Ardha kati chakrasana (side wheel)
      • Ardha chakrasana (half wheel)
      • Padahastasana (palms to feet)
      • Trikonasana (triangle pose)
      • Trikonasana (triangle pose)
      • Parivrtta trikonasana (twisted triangle)
      • Prasarita padottanasana (spread out intense foot strech)
      • Veerasana (warrior pose)
      • Suryanamaskar (sun salutation)
      • SITTING:
      • Vajrasana (thunderbolt)
      • Sasankasana (moon pose)
      • Sputa Vajrasana (swimming fish)
      • Ardha Matsyendrasana (yogi’s pose)
      • Pascimathanasana (posterior stretch)
      • Ustrasana (camel pose)
      • Vakrasana/Marichasana (twisting)
      • Sukhasana (comfort)
      • Padmasana (lotus)
      • Baddhakonasana (butterfly)
      • Malasana (squatting)
      • PRONE:
      • Bhunjangasana (serpent series)
      • Makarasana (crocodile pose)
      • Salabhasana (grasshopper series)
      • INVERTED:
      • Viparitakarani (half shoulder stand)
      • Sarvangasana (clown hold)
      • Sirasasana (head stand)
      • SUPINE:
      • Matsyasana (fish)
      • Pavanamuktasana Kriya (rocking chair series)
      • BALANCING ASANAS:
      • Vrikshasana (tree pose)
      • Natarajasana (dancer pose)
      • Parvathasana (mountain pose)
    • Ride your Bumpy Camel COBRA POSE
    • ELEPHANT POSE FISH POSE
    • Running Train Air Walk Sliding Board
    • Birthday Candles Candle Pose
    • Deep Relaxation Jogging Through the Jungle
    • MEDITATION
    • OTHER DIMENSIONS OF YOGA
      • Age groups  6-8, 9-11, & Above 12
      • Yoga games & skits
      • Story telling
      • Bhajans, Kirtans, Sanskrit slokas
      • Shanthi (peace) chanting
      • Diet
      • Hygiene
    • THANK YOU