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The “I Want To Do Yoga, Too" story is about a young girl that decides she does not want to attend daycare at the fitness center and asks her mom to join her in doing yoga. The babysitter ends ups teaching the little girl a few simple poses and the book is based on showing how fun yoga is for even a child. The book is great for children ages 2-6 years old and is a simple way to introduce a youngster to yoga poses. The book teaches actual yoga poses along with the yoga names. Yoga poses such as the tree, snake, butterfly, and airplane are used as examples in the book.
It's so important that you start healthy living habits with your little one early in a fun and challenging environment. As a parent, it is even more important to practice what you teach your children by setting an example and exercising with your children too. Yoga is such a versatile exercise that allows you to include your child in your workout regimen and enjoy exercising together. Gaining those repetitive habits that will keep your children in a healthy state of mind will ultimately balance them out in a well-rounded way. There are so many children accustomed to fast food and lack of exercise, it's no wonder there are rising levels of obesity.
Carole P. Roman is a former teacher turned businesswoman. She has successfully run a family business with her husband that employs close to five hundred people. Her most favorite job is being grandmother to her many grandchildren. Roman has two wonderful sons and hit the jackpot in the daughter-in-law department. She currently lives on Long Island with her husband.
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