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  • 1. YOGA AT SCHOOL BY AMIT RAY www.yogason.com copyright ©Amit Ray 2007 YOGASON the ethical discipline ®
  • 2. YOGA AT SCHOOL BY AMIT RAY www.yogason.com copyright ©amit ray 2007
  • 3. YOGA AT SCHOOL
    • HOW CAN YOGA BE A BENEFIT TO EVERY STUDENT?
    • WHY IS YOGA UNIQUE?
    • HOW DOES EACH POSTURE HELPS STUDENTS DEVELOP MENTAL, PHYSICAL & CULTURAL WELL BEING
    • LEARNING OBJECTIVES
    • PROPOSAL
  • 4.
    • Students will develop a sense of well-being, and will increase their capacity of mental concentration – will find harmony between the mind and the body.
    YOGA AT SCHOOL
  • 5.
    • Students will develop proper breathing habits.
    YOGA AT SCHOOL
  • 6.
    • Yoga can be adapted for all children, including the physically impaired and the overweight.
    YOGA AT SCHOOL
  • 7.
    • WHY YOGA IS UNIQUE?
    • It costs virtually nothing to set up a time for yoga lessons. A 10-minute yoga session per day is adequate. There is no need for any equipment. Any open class room is sufficient for holding a yoga class.
    YOGA AT SCHOOL
  • 8. YOGA AT SCHOOL
    • Yoga is not presented as a religious practice, nor does it conflict with any religion.
  • 9. YOGA AT SCHOOL
    • Yoga makes a significant difference in the sense of well-being of children of all ages and from all backgrounds.
  • 10. YOGA AT SCHOOL
    • Yoga generates positive emotions and compassion.
    • Yoga teaches children to be gentle with themselves and others.
  • 11. YOGA AT SCHOOL
    • Regular practice of yogic postures enhances the ability of students to concentrate, to deal with impulsive behaviour, and to think more clearly.
  • 12. YOGA AT SCHOOL
    • Yoga helps mental equilibrium and self-control.
    • Yoga reduces stress and helps children to relax and release tension.
  • 13. YOGA AT SCHOOL
    • Yoga helps children develop life long health habits (mental and physical), i.e. acquaints them with the option of healthy daily exercises for the brain and the body.
  • 14. YOGA AT SCHOOL
    • Yoga offers students a safe and balanced way for them to relate to themselves and to their surroundings, inner & outer awareness.
  • 15. YOGA AT SCHOOL
    • Practising yoga increases self-confidence as the students measure their own individual success and improvement.
  • 16. YOGA AT SCHOOL
    • Yoga creates a group cooperation & vocabulary in a playful manner.
  • 17. YOGA AT SCHOOL
    • Yoga has an exhilarating and calming effect, and could lead in later life to a marked reduction of stress, postural and blood pressure problems and nervous disorders.
  • 18. YOGA AT SCHOOL
    • Children enjoy associating the name of a pose with the characteristics of the animal it represents.
  • 19. YOGA AT SCHOOL
    • HOW DOES EACH POSTURE HELPS STUDENTS DEVELOP MENTAL, PHYSICAL AND CULTURAL WELL BEING?
    • A unique aspect of Yoga is the mental focus and attention that they exercise while doing the postures. The result is a toning up of both the mind and the body.
  • 20. YOGA AT SCHOOL
    • In adopting and maintaining a posture there is a co-ordination between the nervous system and the muscular system, that influences the physical and mental behaviours.
  • 21. YOGA AT SCHOOL
    • Yogic postures invigorate the body and keep the mind healthy and calm bringing a feeling of refreshment.
  • 22. YOGA AT SCHOOL
    • MENTAL BENEFITS
    • Calmness of mind
    • Increased concentration
    • Appreciation of silence.
    • Self-control
  • 23. YOGA AT SCHOOL
    • PHYSICAL BENEFITS
    • Yogic postures greatly improve FLEXIBILITY. They keep the body limber by stretching the muscles and the tissues that hold the body’s structure in place giving more freedom of movement.
  • 24. YOGA AT SCHOOL
    • PHYSICAL BENEFITS
    • Flexibility helps prevent joint pain and injury.
    • Yoga stretches the body to relieve stiff joints and lengthen muscles.
  • 25. YOGA AT SCHOOL
    • PHYSICAL BENEFITS
    • The postures also benefit the other systems, such as the circulation system, digestion system, nervous system & endocrine system. Some postures massage the internal organs and the glands.
  • 26. YOGA AT SCHOOL
    • LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
    • THE STUDENTS WILL LEARN:
    • CONCENTRATION & AWARENESS.
    • OBSERVATION, COORDINATION, COOPERATION & INTERACTION.
    • RELAXATION, CALMNESS AND SELF CONFIDENCE
  • 27. YOGA AT SCHOOL
    • LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
    • To concentrate and focus upon one thing at a time, either counting their breaths or maintaining a stretch.
    • To learn to breath properly and to count their breaths, inhaling and exhaling. This will teach them self-control and concentration.
  • 28. YOGA AT SCHOOL
    • LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
    • To develop an awareness of their movement, an awareness of themselves.
    • To develop self-confidence and respect/awareness of individual differences and abilities.
  • 29. YOGA AT SCHOOL
    • LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
    • To learn to observe and correct their body position in each posture, SELF ASSESSMENT.
    • (To learn to sit with a straight back and maintain correct posture to the best of his/her ability, understanding corrections suggested by the teacher.)
    • To become observant and aware of the personal space around and within.
  • 30. YOGA AT SCHOOL
    • LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
    • To coordinate movements (becoming aware of position of limbs and trunk – arms, head, back, etc. in relation to each other)
    • To learn the importance of physical and mental relaxation, as preparation for meditation.
  • 31. YOGA AT SCHOOL
    • LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
    • To develop self-confidence as he/she develops the ability to stretch the mind and the body further, as he/she is aware and observant of his/her own progress.
  • 32. YOGA AT SCHOOL
    • LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
    To learn to use yoga as a means for relaxation, dream-time (Introduction to meditation) and to understand the importance of resting the mind in order to prepare it for new tasks. To learn to value the beauty of silence, to try to maintain a quiet, calm attitude while striving to reach and maintain each stretch, each posture.
  • 33. YOGA AT SCHOOL
    • PROPOSAL
    YOGASON will be pleased to conduct a workshop with the teachers as well as with the students. The cost of such a workshop and/or of holding yoga classes on a regular basis, can be discussed. Please contact Amit Ray at yogason@yogason.com