Stay Home, Stay Safe, and Stay Healthy By Practicing Yoga With Your Kids

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Stay home, stay safe, and stay healthy. Currently, when everyone is fighting against COVID19, our little kids are finding it very difficult because of various restrictions. They are not allowed to play in the garden play area, visit their friends or go to school also. They have to stay home as they can’t go out on a drive, they can’t have their favourite pizza, burger, ice cream, etc. even though they used to have it once in a while only.

With all the restrictions, we, the parents, have to ensure that their activities shouldn’t get affected, so we have to be their friends or take them along with us for cycling so that they can spend some time actively. And while we are at it, it’s a good idea to do yogasana along with them. It would help create a better bonding in the parent-child relationship, and it is good for the health, too.

This way, they will develop a very good habit of doing yoga. Generally, you should start your day with yoga, but today, when everyone is busy working from home, attending online classes, doing household activities, etc., people might not get time in the morning. Therefore, you can practice it anytime you are free. Just remember one thing, it should be done on an empty stomach; don’t practice yoga right after having your meals. Wait for some time, let your meal digest and then practice Yoga at Home with your kids.

Hope you like my recommendation and would agree with me on this. So friends, stay home, stay safe, and stay healthy as staying healthy is the only way you can fight not only the coronavirus but also most diseases.

This is my first blog on this platform, and I will be more than happy to know your thoughts on it. Do comment and like the post if you enjoyed it.

Nitasha Mehrotra

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