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Augustus and his Smile

Augustus is feeling blue.  He has lost his smile.

 

He does a big tigery stretch, and sets off to find it.  

 

He looks at the tops of the trees, but doesn't find it there.

 

He goes up and down the mountains, but doesn't find it there.

 

He swims with the fish in the sea, splishing and splashing, but doesn't find it there.

 

Does he find it?  Where?  What does he learn?  Look at this lovely story to find out!

 

 

 

Pose Sequence

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Expressing Yourself

Augustus

Cow and Cat Pose - 

Bitilasana/

Marjaryasana

 

Spread your fingers nice and wide, and place your hands beneath your shoulders.  Place your knees beneath your hips.  Breathe in, letting your belly hang down.  Breathe out through your nose, squeezing your belly up, curving your neck and back.  Repeat a few times.



 

Augustus stretching

Adho Mukha Svanasana

 

Come off your knees and straighten your legs, stretching your arms and hands forward and your legs and feet back.  Breathe smoothly and evenly in and out through your nose.

Valley

Urdhva Mukha Svanasana


Begin in Down Dog.  Keep your hands and feet stable, and shift your hips and chest forward, lowering toward the floor without touching it.  Breathe in and come back up to Down Dog.  Breathe out and move forward again.  Try this a few times, breathing in and out as you go 'up and down.'

Tree

Tree Pose - Vrksasana

With younger children, we practice being trees on two legs first.  Feel for your belly button and rub your hands down your legs and back up again to get a sense of your trunk.  This is grounded and still.  This is a great precursor to a one-legged stance. 

Swimming

Salabhasana variation​


Lie on your belly with your arms and legs outstretched.  Take a deep breath in through your nose and as you breathe out, lift both your arms and legs at the same time.  Breathe in, keeping them elevated, now mimicking the breaststroke.  Breathe out, still swimming.  Breathe in and out one more time while swimming before you lower your limbs.