Hello, I'm Kelly Kuder, and I'm going to demonstrate easy yoga poses for teenagers. These poses will provide great skills for managing stress on the body, the stressed out mind and overall mental focus. You will gain strength and flexibility with the body and the mind when practicing these basic poses. The first pose is Downward Facing Dog which will strengthen and stretch the arms and legs as well as calm the mind. To get into this pose come onto your hands and knees on the mat, spread your palms wide, curl your toes under and begin to lift your hips up to the sky then exhale your heels and palms down onto the mat, creating an upside down V shape with the body. Relax the shoulders away from your ears, bending the knees if you feel any tension in your lower back or hamstrings. The next pose is Warrior II which will improve balance, strengthen and stretch the hips and legs. Begin by standing by facing the side of a yoga mat with your feet about three feet apart. Inhale your arms out to the side, turning your right foot to the front of the mat and then bending into the right knee holding this pose for three to five breaths. And the last pose is Cobra Pose. It's a nice gentle back bend that is highly recommended for teens to reverse the effects of sitting at the computer every day. Cobra opens the heart and reverses the constant rolling of the shoulders. Start by lying on your belly on the mat, place your forehead and hands flat on the mat and close to your ribs, really hugging your arms in towards your body. Bring the inside of your legs together pressing your toes down into the mat, engage your upper back and rise up into Cobra Pose.