4 Video Set
Lazy Legs Video: Gentle Flow
This gentle flow focuses on stretching legs, hips and the side body. Because this flow has no standing poses, it is ideal for transitioning students from one calm activity to another. This routine is best for relaxation and transitions.
Type: Gentle Flow
Target: Legs and hips
Fun Flow Video: Breath Work
This fun flow focuses on breath work and movement with animal noises and shapes. Great for transitions between high energy activities to activities that require more focus and attention. This routine is best for moving from active time to calm time or transitioning between activities.
Type: Breath work
Target: Breath and full body
Tummy Time Video: Energizing
This energizing flow is great for slow mornings, rainy days, or any time students need a little pick me up. The core focused flow will help develop key back and abdominal strength while also bringing energy and heat into the body, helping students feel more energized and ready for the activities ahead. This routine is best for moving sluggish students from low energy to high energy.
Stomp It Out Video: Active Flow
This energetic flow combines strong movements with breath work to help relieve stress, frustration, tension, and excess energy. Flow ends with gentle twists and an extended resting pose to bring students into a relaxed state. Also, use belly breathing with a rubber duck on the stomach during resting pose to encourage self-regulation practice (focus on the rise and fall of the duck). This routine is best for helping students feel calm when they are frustrated, overly active or need to release high energy.
Type: Active Flow
For pre-school and early elementary students.
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