The morning is a great time to practice; you wake up stiff from the night, so opening up your body with some yoga sets you up nicely for the day. In the evening, yoga can be a nice way to unwind. In the afternoon it can be a great way to release tiredness from the working day and re- energise after work. Basically it comes down to whenever you can fit yoga in, that’s the right time for you! Not only you can but you should. Stretching improves your posture and makes your joints healthier. It reduces pain in general, especially back pain. If you’re not flexible when you start, you’ll see improvements even faster. But remember that yoga is not only flexibility, you’ll work your strength, balance and breathing as well.
A child who grows with the practice of yoga promotes a balanced and harmonious development of the body, knowing himself better and his potential abilities. Through the practice of yoga, a child learns to optimize his energy, to concentrate, to breathe properly, to relax his body, to better manage the anxiety, setbacks and tensions, to be more conscious and responsible towards him and the world, and, above all, to develop complete physical, emotional and mental well - being. The lesson is planned with the intention of channeling the child's energy to the harmonious development of his body and his mind without forcing anything, only to develop his creativity, to stretch his muscles, to listen to his own sounds, to sing and represent mythical characters as animals, the sun, the moon, among other elements of yoga adapted to the universe of the child. Thus, in a playful way, the child practices yoga.