FunSense Gym
The Sensory Motor Gym

Cobra Yoga

Activity Descriptions 
Each activity is led by a pediatric occupational therapist in a structured yet playful format.


>Cobra Yoga (Adaptive Yoga): 3 - 5 years:
Activitiy Time: 45 minutes
This activity is designed to (1) develop core stability, strength, flexibility, and balance, (2) strengthen kinesthetic sense (the perception of motion, weight, or position of the body as muscles and joints move), and (3) enhance direction-following skills.  This group encourages children to have fun while moving together through yoga postures and making friends. Children will enjoy a brief circle time with music followed by participation in a variety of games, stories, crafts that incorporate yoga poses.  Games will incorporate simple yoga poses that invite children to pretend to be or feel like various animals or objects after which the pose is named.  Use of imitation and imagery inspire childrens imaginations and promote activity that combines movement, breathing and focus.


>Cobra Yoga 5-7 years: 
Activity Time: 45 minutes
This activity is designed to (1) develop core stability, strength, flexibility, and balance, (2) strengthen kinesthetic sense (the perception of motion, weight, or position of the body as muscles and joints move), and (3) enhance direction-following skills.  This group encourages children to have fun while moving together through yoga postures and making friends. Children will enjoy a brief circle time with music followed by participation in a variety of games, stories, crafts that incorporate yoga poses.  Games will incorporate simple yoga poses that invite children to pretend to be or feel like various animals or objects after which the pose is named.  Use of imitation and imagery inspire childrens imaginations and promote activity that combines movement, breathing and focus.


>Cobra Yoga 7-10 years: 
Activity Time: 45 minutes
This activity is designed to (1) develop core stability, strength, flexibility, and balance, (2) strengthen kinesthetic sense (the perception of motion, weight, or position of the body as muscles and joints move), and (3) enhance direction-following skills.  This group encourages children to have fun while moving together through yoga postures and making friends. Children will enjoy a brief circle time with music followed by participation in a variety of games, stories, crafts that incorporate yoga poses.  Games will incorporate simple yoga poses that invite children to pretend to be or feel like various animals or objects after which the pose is named.  Use of imitation and imagery inspire childrens imaginations and promote activity that combines movement, breathing and focus.
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