Kids Yoga, Raising Healthy Children, kids exercise Julie Hammerstein is one of the country’s leading health experts. As a Certified Nutritionist, she works with families, companies, and individuals helping them breakthrough the myths around diet and exercise and create a whole new and empowering Culture of Healthy Living. She has helped thousands of people take back their health through her philosophy Small Change, Big Impact™. With this simple, yet profound message, Julie dispels the negative beliefs about weight loss and eradicates the mindset that being healthy is hard. And she should know. Up until age 20 Julie battled with her weight. Her own experience of growing up as the fat girl, and cycling through diet after diet gave her the drive to find a better way. She knows first-hand the heartache, and dangers, of eating junk food, leading a sedentary life and being overweight. Today, Julie lives a different life. She follows her systematic approach to eating right, exercise and practicing self-care and is committed to helping others do the same. In her speaking and coaching programs Julie shares her systematic approach to break free from what she describes as the Fat Kid Mentality. She helps her clients realize and breakthrough all of the limiting beliefs around food and what it really means to be healthy. Her company, MaxLife Therapies, was inspired by her son Max, whose vibrant health and dynamic nature serve as reminders that nothing is static, and that we all have an inherent desire to create
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How does our work life influence our state of health? If we’re not happy at work, is there something we can do about it? These questions and others answered in this video about how to be vital and healthy and do what you love.
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15 thoughts on “Kids Yoga, Raising Healthy Children, kids exercise”

  1. Singh Mahendra

    Hey! Have you thought about – fast abs magic (search on google)? Ive heard some decent things about it and my m8 got really defined Six pack abs and lost a ton of weight with it.

  2. Aww the kid is soooo cute I love teaching yoga to kids they are so adorable and it’s nice to give them some time for them selfs. Its also nice to tire them out for their parents! Great vid!!


  4. Here, here! I completely agree with your sentiments. Keep on your path, it is a positive, life-affirming one.

  5. Sterling Undem

    Calming and centring Yoga, maybe needs a Yoga teacher, check out ‘Tickle Machine Game’: 5 rules of safe, gentle tickling & 5 levels of challenging play. Parent learns how to make kids laugh without tickling and kids learn how to stay cool, calm and collected. My 2 boys and I discovered this game 35 years ago. Another way to get introduced to centring through fun family activity and for parents to exercise their ‘funny’.

    1. i think that radical wighet loss or extreme dieting is bad. It took me 18 months to lose 25 pounds and I have no skin flaps. You are going to need some major cardio and toning exercises and a realistic time frame.

  6. Hey im 11 and I want to know if I can do something alot harder I need to get in shape for lacrosse and football and I need to get in pefect shape im clueless on what I can do so far I just jog for about 45 mins and I do 8 short sprints but please can you tell me what to do?

  7. SmartBrainChild Sunday

    These were cute yoga exercises for children. I’m an elementary school teacher. I do the criss- cross applesauce with my students and deep breathing exercises to calm their inner and outer body. The breathing exercises help me to encourage them to bring joy and happiness into their lives. Students are introduced to so much academic work. They need special time to become stress free. Thank you!

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