Focus and attention A 2014 study conducted by the California State University of Fullerton found that Yoga Ed. programs in classrooms produced benefits in attention, concentration, joy, self-esteem, self-confidence, physical well-being, and daily behaviors.

Focus and attention A 2014 study conducted by the California State University of Fullerton found that Yoga Ed. programs in classrooms produced benefits in attention, concentration, joy, self-esteem, self-confidence, physical well-being, and daily behaviors.

Lesson Plan

November 1, 2016

Mindfulness Lesson Plan

Help students find focus and reduce stress by returning to the present moment.

Teach your students how to let go of daily stress and find inner calm in the present moment.

This lesson plan features 16+ simple, easy-to-use chair yoga exercises for you and your students with step-by-step directions, instructional pictures, and benefits backed by evidence.

No previous yoga experience or extra equipment necessary.

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Research suggests as little as 5 minutes of Yoga Ed. daily can improve mental health.

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