ISBN: 9789353760564 Pages: 32 Size: 230 x 210 mm Weight: 350 gm.
About The Book
"A collection centred on the well-being of the child through the discovery of yoga and gaining control over his emotions.
Through the words of the tale, yoga invites the child to imitate the characters, their actions and their emotions, thanks to the postures that flow naturally in a sequence.
This Indian tale and its dynamic and determined postures give your child the real feeling of well-being, as these show him the importance of helping each other. Together, we are stronger and everything is possible. Will Kala and Shami escape from the terrible ogress?
8 illustrated postures with their benefits explained
Breathing, relaxation and meditation exercises
Guidelines for conducting the sequence"
About Therese Dufour
Therese Dufour is a storyteller and conducts workshops on therapeutic tales. Marie-Claire Hamon is a psychoanalyst and yoga instructor trained at the French School of Yoga.
Neeta Shah, a qualified chartered accountant turned entrepreneur heads Pulp Fiction Entertainment, a successful marketing and strategy consultancy firm for Brands & Films in India. Writing, an old hobby, resurfaced as she decided to pen the behind-the- scenes of Bollywood in her factual, but fictionalised bestselling book of 2012, Bollywood Striptease. The Stranger In Me is her latest offering.
Nikhil Devasar is based in Delhi where he runs the Delhi Bird Club, an ornithological group. He also conducts awareness and education programmes for young people and school children, and organises a census of Delhi's birdlife. His photographs have been published in several books, and are regularly featured in Indian and foreign magazines and publications.
Sarwandeep Singh runs a successful birding tour company and is one of India's
leading bird photographers. He travels the country in pursuits of rare fauna and
many of his photographs appear in this book.