ISBN: 9789353760588 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 emotions, thanks to the postures that flow naturally in a sequence.
The tale of the Three little pigs and their dynamic postures give your child the actual feeling of well-being while helping him shape up. As he follows the three brothersâ€™ quest for independence, the child learns to grow up and be sure of himself.
8 illustrated postures with their benefits explained Breathing, relaxation and meditation exercises Guidelines for conducting the sequence"
About Marie Tanneux
Marie Tanneux is a storyteller and writer (http://contes-broceliande.com). She also holds a degree from the EFYO (French School of Yoga of the West; www.efyo.fr)), and is a member of RYE (Research on Yoga in Education; www.rye-france.fr) where she is training to work with children and adolescents.
She thanks the middle school class of Franck Adam of Beignon Public School, and is grateful for the invaluable grant from Regine Delaporte of Yoga For All (http://ypt35.fre.fr)
Peter Davey, an architect, critic and historian, was Editor of the Architectural Review of London for several years. His book, Arts and Crafts of Architecture, was critically acclaimed. He has also contributed to numerous books and international magazines. In 1998, he was made Officer of the Order of the British Empire.