This week's Smart Living examines the benefits of yoga for kids.
Yoga isn't just for grown-ups. The ancient exercises are now being tried out by the next generation.
Scientists say it can even help kids at school and at home.
Anastasia Underwood is a yoga teacher who is introducing the pint-sized kids to several different poses.
"It increases strength in children, flexibility; it teaches them concentration, patience, and balance too," said Underwood.
It can sometimes be a challenge to keep their attention, so Underwood weaves in yoga-related stories to keep the kids connected to class.
Studies show yoga can reduce fear and aggression. It can even relieve test anxiety.
"Like bunny press and take five they can do before tests. It's helpful at school," said Underwood.
Lisa Suprenand has a child in the class. She hopes to stretch the benefits her son learns here into the home.
"I thought it would be a great way to have a little calmness. Four year olds have a lot of energy," said Suprenand.
Research shows that stress management programs like yoga can help improve academic performance, classroom behaviors and concentration.