Let’s Get Movin’! Yoga with Alicia Rossman

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The Let’s Get Movin’! philosophy is to encourage children to be compassionate and kind. The program builds a sense of community that extends outside of the classroom. We understand all the pressures with academics, athletics, and busy lifestyles that families face. Your child will learn relaxation of the mind and body combined with health, nutrition, and wellness education. The Let’s Get Movin’! yoga program integrates movement, music, singing, and dancing while stretching and strengthening the body. Breathing techniques are taught to help with anxiety, stress, focus, and relaxation. Yoga is a wonderful addition to or an alternative for other physical activities. Athletic children will benefit from the stretching of muscles that are used to play sports. Children who experience anxiety will benefit from the breathing techniques that calm the body. Our website: www.letsgetmovin.com provides additional information about the program and our background. We are passionate about yoga and we are excited to share the benefits of it with your family.

Alicia Rossman, RDN, RYT, Reiki Master, has been practicing yoga for 9 years. Alicia studied under Hannelore Moebius, graduating from the Integrative Yoga Therapy Teacher Training Program. Alicia has a Bachelors degree in Nutritional Science and recently became a Registered Dietitian. Alicia is a ChildLight Yoga Certified Instructor and Yogaminded Certified Instructor for Teenagers. Alicia studied with Lisa Rockenmacher to become a Reiki Master. Her practice began when she was in high school. She enjoyed the benefits of movement, meditation and savasana. Yoga is a great compliment to her love for golf, kayaking, and other activities. Alicia has worked with children for 8 years in classrooms and libraries. She cooks with children in schools and libraries across the state, teaches yoga, and directs Let’s Get Movin’! Exploration Camp. She loves working with children and inspiring them to follow their dreams and reach for the stars! Alicia also enjoys teaching adult classes and classes for seniors to help them maintain strength, flexibility, and balance for activities of daily living. Alicia has a cooking show on Exeter Public Television called Live Free and Cook and recently authored “Miss Lyla’s Banana Pancakes to the Rescue!” Alicia thanks her many teachers for sharing their knowledge and the gift of teaching.

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