Boston, MA -- (ReleaseWire) -- 10/06/2017 -- Kids Yoga Stories and author Giselle Shardlow are thrilled to announce the official release of their newest yoga book for kids about embracing fear, Katie's Karate Class.
On the way to her first karate class, Katie feels self-conscious about starting something new and meeting new people. Can her brother help her use yoga to overcome her fears? Join Katie on her first karate class and find out!
Kids Yoga Stories is founded on the principle of using alternative and enjoyable activities to inspire children to want to move and exercise. Yoga, an incredibly beneficial physical discipline and exercise, has countless benefits for kids like increased flexibility and strength, stress reduction, better sleep, and improved motor skills.
"I have always been passionate about working with children," said Giselle Shardlow, author of Kids Yoga Stories. "I wanted to find a fun way to help children move past obstacles, and creating yoga stories designed for kids was the perfect way to do it."
"Absolutely love this book. A great way to teach kids how to cope with fear and the little butterflies in their stomach when feeling nervous. I love how you can relate to any activity that children are involved in: soccer, gymnastics, etc." -- Melanie Q.
"This book is perfect in so many ways! I am a speech language pathologist and a yoga instructor. From an SLP's perspective, I love how the book addresses the feeling of fear by explaining what fear feels like." – Kathy N.
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About Giselle Shardlow
Giselle Shardlow draws from her experiences as a teacher, traveler, mother, and yogi to write her yoga books for kids. The purpose of her yoga stories is to foster happy, healthy, and globally educated children.
Kids Yoga Stories
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