Hi there, I'm Jackie of Jackie's Yoga Seattle. Today, talking about Yoga routines for kids. So, to start with kid's Yoga routine, we're just going to start with some Cat/Cow poses. So, palms underneath the shoulders, knees underneath the hips. And as you inhale, you're going to squeeze your chest through and press the sit bones back. And as you exhale, come to round, maybe even come to the fingertips. And as they come in and out of the pose, really linking with the breath, so an inhale pulls them forward and exhale pulls them back. You can even start to incorporate some animal sounds with that Cat-Cow Pose. So from there, we're going to come to another animal, a Dog Pose. So, as you inhale, tuck the toes and lift the hips, nice and slow. Take your time,maybe even waggle the dog, wag the tail, just to loosen up the position as well. And then, as they settle in and they're ready to move on, they're just going to inhale to lift the leg, to step it through and get nice and wide. So, yo're going to bring your hands to the center here and try to soften down into a fold. Nice and low, maybe even let the crown of the head start to drop down. And they can sway side to side to try and soften that opening. The next pose, Frog, so walk the hands forward, to let the knees drop. And then, the sides of the feet come down. So, from there, you want the feet right in line with the knees and then, you're going to slowly bring the forearms down to relax. And then, as they inhale and exhale, you can again incorporate a little bit of that animal into this. So, as they inhale, feel like the frog, and exhale, come down. So, it's a bit of a hop, up and down. And then, as they come back, out, press the hands here, tuck the toes and again, once lift all the way up and back. We're going to practice some hops here along with that frog theme, by planting the hands. And as you inhale, you're going to hop up to plant the feet together. And as you exhale, hop up to come back out. Try it a few times, it'll help them with that one. You're going to slowly walk the hands back, forward, come back to your Down Dog, one more wag of the tail. And as you inhale, they're going to come all the way forward to come to lie on the belly. And from there, we're going to come to Superman, these are all technical names. So, as you inhale, you're going to reach the arms forward. As they exhale, they're going to zip up the legs and lift the toes. And from there, they're going to try to fly. So, you're going to inhale, reach even higher with the toes, even higher with the chest and then, they're going to start to swim. So, maybe alternate the arms and the legs, see how long, make them swim. And from there, we're going to come to a child's pose, a little bit more of a relaxing part of it. Lifting up, press the big toes together, open the knees and just sit back. As they come to lower the head, start to relax and listen to the breath, nice and slow, try to hear the sound of their breath. So, from there, we're going to roll onto our backs and we're going to do some Rock and Rolls. So, they're going to grab behind their thighs and as they've taken a big breath, lift the toes. And they're going to come all the way up and try to hover the toes and pull the chest through, nice and strong. And then, as they exhale, they're going to come all the way back and try to bring the toes back, behind their head, get some momentum going. So, as they exhale, they touch and as they inhale they lift. And just try it a couple times, it should be pretty fun. We're going to come to a Happy Baby Pose. So, as they come back to their backs, they're going to kick their feet up to grab and they're going to try to bring the knees down to the arm pits. So, relax the upper back and then from there, they can rock side to side, that little Happy Baby Pose, nice and slow. So, think of that Rock and Roll one more time. As they release their hands, they're going to scoop up, come all the way up and plant the feet. So, when they plant the feet, we want them a little wide, so they can come all the way through and try to reach through. They're going to come to the squat pose, because we're going try to come to some Crows, one more animal. So, from here, they're going to squeeze out with the arms and squeeze in with the knees. So, the only thing that moves, is their palms to move down. And to make it pretty fun and to make it nice and light, they're going to inhale, lift. And as they exhale, they're going to plant the hands and lift the toes and try to clap the toes. As they inhale, they're going to lift, clap, smack and clap the feet, so it's going to start a rhythm. So, they're not really thinking about it but they're getting lots of lift and it's nice and fun. So, literally, they're just coming up and down, clapping, get all that lift. And then, when they're ready and they're all finished, to come to relax, they're going to come to a Baddha Konasana or Butterfly Pose. So, bring the soles of the feet together, let the knees come open and let the hand come to the heart and the hand to the belly. And as they start to relax their breath, they can start to feel the breath start to rise and fall on the palms. And come to close their eyes and maybe even flutter the legs as they start to relax. And then, as they stop and slow down as their breath lowers, to completely relax in that Shavasana Pose, keeping the legs long. And just taking a few minutes there to really relax, as they close their eyes and start to really come down to end the pose. So, those were some ideas for some Yoga routines for kids, I hope you found they were helpful. I'm Jackie of Jackie's Yoga Seattle, thanks.