<p class = "canvas-atom-canvas-text Mb (1.0em) Mb (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type = "text" content = "Parent-child yoga classes are growing in Paris and the suburbs. Reportage at the Casa des Enfants (19th century), where the monthly sessions are always complete."data-reactid =" 11 ">Parent-child yoga classes are growing in Paris and the suburbs. Reportage at the Casa des Enfants (19th century), where the monthly sessions are always complete.
When Violaine told her 10-year-old son, "Come on, let's do a yoga session together," the boy grimaced. "I thought I was going to be naughty next to mom who has been practicing for a long time. " Well no ! Balmain has perfectly successful postures this Sunday at the Casa des enfants (nineteenth). And what does it matter, anyway? "The important thing, insist the teacher, Stephanie Bernard, is to feel good in your body, to share this session with two. If the postures are true yoga, no question of spending an hour centered on his breathing, stretching his body toes and nails, stay long minutes in pose of the snake.
The session is more fun, the names change. Ventral breathing becomes the balloon's breathing. Here, we walk like penguins, knees stuck, we do "blah" with the shoulders. And, of course, we salute the sun, like adults. "An exercise that stretches the whole body at the same time, which you can do every morning," advises Stephanie. Balmain knows him, he does it during the holidays, with his mother.