After a busy holiday season with poor diet choices and minimal time for working out, it is easy to feel sluggish and unmotivated to start working out again. The average working parent doesn’t have time to go to the gym in between work commutes and winter sports. The winter season can also bring on a sense of cabin fever with a tendency to remain indoors as opposed to participating in outdoor activities.
Yoga is a great way to get back in shape without over working your muscles with an intense cardio or strength work out. Yoga can also help minimize stress and increase relaxation at the end of a busy day, when it is hard for you and the kids to wind down. Contrary to popular belief children tend to enjoy a yoga session along with parents and teachers.
Begginer yoga workouts focus on breathing, and slowly restoring your body to a place of calm healing. This is done by focusing on the parts of our body we put the most stress on during the day, including our minds. For more information on how yoga benefits children check out this article on parents.com, By practicing yoga poses, children can learn how to exercise, develop confidence, and concentrate better.
Time to Save wants to help you build long term savings to take away some of the worry that comes along with day to day life. We would also like to help you find new ways to engage children in healthy conversations and activites that will benefit their adult lives. Time spent together discussing finances and exercising with help your children or students make smarter financial choices as well as practice a healthy lifestlye in the future.
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