Wednesday’s post

Good afternoon,

I hope that this post finds you and your family well. I do not have much fresh news to report. I do want to thank you for your patience and your willingness to work with us as we grow together through the remote learning process. Besides that I have included the latest lessons from our partnership with Wayne State University. I also am reposting the yoga videos if you missed them in a previous post.

Dr. Tynan

Below are the most current links to the lessons with our partnership with Wayne State University:

Here are the links to this week’s content:

NEW! This is the link to the Ramadan lessons (both English and Arabic versions):

This is the link for the Elementary School Lessons in English

This is the link for the Elementary School Lessons in Arabic

This is the link for the Middle School Lessons in English

This is the link for the Middle School Lessons in Arabic

Below is the repost of yoga videos:

For parents:

  1. Seated Yoga Sequence for a Healthy Back 
  2. Happy Hips – Hip-openers for Mobility, Strength and Flexibility 
  3. Parent Yoga for Positive Energy w/ Metta Meditation 
  4. Gentle Yoga Sequence to Strengthen and Support Respiratory System 

For students: 

  1. Sun Salute Yoga Flow  – This Sun Salute yoga flow is a great physical activity designed to start each day in a positive way. Participate in this kid-friendly series of yoga poses to empower your body and mind.
  2. Ocean Breathing – Stay calm and collected with deep Ocean Breaths
  3. Warrior Yoga Flow for Strength – Little Warriors, practice this strengthening yoga flow to feel brave and victorious!  Remember, when things get tough – use deep, ocean breathing to keep calm and carry on. 
  4. Lazy 8 Yoga Flow – Combine this kid-friendly flow with deep abdominal breathing to improve immunity and calm the nervous system.
  5. Bodies in Balance  – A kid-friendly yoga practice to increase confidence and focus 
  6. Get Grounded  Tune into your body and breath with this grounding, kneeling yoga sequence 

A yoga sequence for those limited due to mobility issues:  

The playlist:

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