Alt Text Natya is learning by doing and experiencing. It is holistic, engaging the bodies, minds, hearts and souls of the children often simultaneously. It is observing, compelling children to invest boundless energy and concentration in its myriad activities. It creates a space in children’s lives that is magical transcendental, edifying and deeply satisfying.
Alt Text For toddlers and preschoolers Music making can be year dynamic social learning experience. Making music together children learn to work as a team why day each contribute to the song in their own way. At the same time, music helps children learn that together they can make something larger than the sum of its parts.
Alt TextMotor paly provides critical opportunities for children to develop both individual gross and fine muscle strength and overall integration of muscles, nerves, and brain functions. Recent research has confirmed the critical link between stimulating activity and brain development. Young children must have ample opportunities to develop physically, and motor play instills this disposition toward physical activity in young children.
Alt TextWe all know how important it is our kids to socialize with other little ones. But it is just as important for as mom’s (and dad’s) to have play dates to. Mother’s club is a great way to connect with other mother’s and establish a supportive community of like – minded folks.
Alt TextTo learn how to draw, paint and express themselves through language of art. Teaches the children to fight and focus on the work and their desire. When children draw, he was imagining about things he had ever seen, it develops imagination and he tried to draw on paper. They will learn to focus on what is in their mind and try to create it as well as possible.
Alt Text Achieving the goal through creating a healthy body and mind that leads to spiritual evolvement. Yoga practice helps develop the body and mind bringing a lot of health benefits yet is not a substitute for medicine. It is important to learn and practice yoga postures under the supervision of a trained Art of Living Yoga teacher.