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sessions for dads. Yoga facilities are also engaging extended family members. One exam- ple is Bloom Retreat; originally founded as a mother-and-child community cen- ter in Walnut Creek, California, it now offers couples yoga. “Practicing yoga together offers another way to physi- cally play and communicate,” observes founder and owner Michelle Long. In family sessions, poses include all family members holding hands while balanc- ing on one foot, and touching knees during sitting poses.


“Some children are a little threat- ened by competitive sports, even though others feed on it. When they see this is different, they find a calmer center within themselves. They also see another interesting side of their par- ents,” remarks Long. Kids’ yoga birth- day parties are also on the upswing. Overall, when it comes to ways for eliciting healthy family recreation, the more, the merrier.


Randy Kambic, a freelance editor and writer in Estero, FL, regularly contrib- utes to Natural Awakenings.


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