Posts Tagged ‘The Woman’s Yoga Book’

new kids love yoga blog

December 19, 2015

Kids getting inspired by my book, Watch Me Do Yoga.

We're excited!

Amber and Webber from Taipei, Taiwan. We’re excited!

Let's get started.

Let’s get started.


Adho Mukha Svanasana (Downward Facing Dog Pose).

Roar like a lion.

Roar like a lion!! Simhasana (Lion Pose).

Let's be turtles…

Let’s be tortioses…

…and pull our heads into our shells.

…and pull our heads into our shells -Kurmasana.


Cool down in Adho Mukha Virasana (Child’s Pose).

Time to relax…

Savasana: Time to relax…

…like Teddy!

…like Teddy!


And here’s the advanced class using The Woman’s Yoga Book as a reference.

“Ivan decided he had practiced yoga for kids quite enough and turned his curious mind to Bobby Clennell’s brilliant The Woman’s Yoga Book”, says his Mother Julia Zabrodina from St. Petersburg, Russia.


Parsva Swastikasana…


….with Head On A Chair.

Thanks to everyone who has sent me photos of their kids who were inspired by my book, Watch Me Do Yoga; please keep sending them in. I try my best to correctly credit all the photos, but if I’ve fogotten your child’s name, please send it to me, and I’ll update the post.

Kids Love Yoga

November 13, 2012

Here is the latest crop of photos of kids who were inspired by my picture book, Watch Me Do Yoga.

I appologize for not including the names of some of these young yogis and yoginis. If you recognize your child, please send me their name and I will update this post.

Keep sending in your photos!

Leon Berg practices Vrksasana (Tree Pose)…

… and Adhomukha Svanasana (Downward Facing Dog Pose) at the Community of Findhorn, N.E. coast of Scotland.

The Findhorn Foundation is a spiritual community, ecovillage and international centre for holistic learning.

Evelyn Chen practices Supta Virasana (Reclining Hero Pose) in Connecticut; photo by Travis Kelley.

Setu Bandhasana

“Setu means a bridge. Setu Bandha means the construction of a bridge. In this posture, the whole body forms an arch and is supported at one end by the crown of the head and at the other on the feet, hence the name.”
Light on Yoga, B.K.S. Iyengar

Rope Sirsasana (Hanging Headstand).

Lauren, from the UK, practices Urdhva Danurasana (Inverted Bow Pose).

Lauren’s sister Elisa practices Padmasana (Lotus Pose).

I met these girls when I taught a workshop at Natural Yoga in Bogata, Columbia in October.

Sukhasana (Simple Cross-Leg Pose).

This New York cat obviously draws much sustainance by sitting on her favorite book, The Woman’s Yoga Book.

© 2012 Bobby Clennell.