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Yoga for Children

Mountains tumbling into head stands, suddenly converting into speeding cycles. Bridges collapsing into roaring lions, cocooned caterpillars turning into beautiful butterflies. These amazing pictures are nothing but scenes from any normal household. Watch a child and you will know. The natural postures of a child are yoga asanas. This is what the body is born with – simple yoga asanas that are part of a child’s body language from the minute he is born.
Even an infant unconsciously follows the yogamudras (hand postures maintained during meditation).If you observe a sleeping child, its thumb and the index finger slightly touch, a formation which is the ‘Chinmudra’. Have you seen a six month old baby lying on its back with its legs up? It kicks its legs and head also up, almost like what you do with the abs (abdominal) machine.
Then it goes on its back and does the ‘cobra’ posture in yoga. One is born with yoga but the modern mind is preoccupied with so many things, so many judgements, so many opinions, and so many impressions that we are unable to observe, perceive the refined things we naturally have an affinity for. If you observe an infant, you will be amazed at how balanced he breathes. Babies breathe from all the three sections of the body. As they breathe in their belly comes out, as they breathe out their belly moves in.

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Balanced Breath – Feelings and Frequency of Breath
In one minute we breathe nearly sixteen to seventeen times.