Posts tagged with "Erynn Im-Sato"



Philosophy · 09/12/2018
Today I wanted to share one of my favorite parenting/mindfulness exercises from a book called Mindful Discipline by Shauna Shapiro and Chris White.

Breath · 09/06/2018
Here's a quick and fun breathing exercise, because who doesn't like blowing out candles?! (Real candles optional, though.)

Travel · 08/28/2018
Over the summer, we went "glamping" among the redwood trees in Sonoma County.

Movement · 06/20/2018
In my spring themed kids yoga class, I use the book My Garden by Kevin Henkes to inspire imagination and movement. My classes are usually 30-45 minutes, so this is an abbreviated version of what I taught to larger groups.

Family · 06/07/2018
In April we celebrated Harlem's 3rd birthday! He requested a Little Einstein's themed birthday, which is his favorite show despite the fact that it stopped running in 2009 and none of his peers watches it. We had the party with friends and family at Hap Magee Ranch Park in Danville on a sunny Saturday morning.

Travel · 04/25/2018
This is the story of the trip that has ended long-distance travel with our toddler. We recently traveled to the Midwest with my family to celebrate my parents' 60th birthdays and to visit my brother who moved out there.

Meditation · 03/22/2018
Legs up the wall (or viparita karani) is a great way to restore yourself in a short amount of time. Doing this for a few minutes will make your body/mind feel like it's gotten an hour nap. Sign me up!

Movement · 03/14/2018
Crab pose or reverse table-top can be challenging for young kids, but it's worth starting early so that they can build up their strength! Since making this video, Harlem has gotten much better at holding the pose and will spontaneously call out crab and lift himself up into it.

Travel · 01/26/2018
While this website is mostly about yoga, it's also about families. And I'd like to share what my family and I are up to occasionally. Here's a look at our recent trip to Joshua Tree National Park.

Movement · 01/25/2018
This week we’re talking about tree pose. It took some prodding and bribing to get Harlem on to the mat but once he was in the pose, he was having a great time and didn’t want to stop doing yoga.

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