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Slow Loris lives in the zoo. Slow Loris doesn't do much of anything, but everything he DOES do, he does VERY slowly. S l o w l y.
When he crawls from one end of a tree branch to another, he goes very
s l o w l y.
All the people who visit the zoo think he's boring.
All the other ANIMALS think he's boring.
But Slow Loris had a secret. At night, when no one was looking, Slow Loris liked to do things FAST.
And when the other animals found out, everyone realised he wasn't actually boring at all. In fact, he was pretty interesting!
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Slow Loris on the branch
Opposite Arm and Leg Extension
Concentrate on making sure you lift one of your legs and then the opposite arm. Breathe in as you raise both, and breathe out as you lower them.
Cow and Cat Pose -
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.
Adho Mukha Svanasana
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.'