Submission Guidelines showcases articles written by our community about the practice and philosophy of teaching yoga to children or child-related subjects that are relevant and tie into yoga in any way. Submissions will only be accepted if they are written by YogaKids Apprentices or YogaKids Teachers. We welcome the use of visual images and auditory and video clips to illustrate the text. The length of articles should not exceed 500 words. Please review the following topics in preparing your article for submission. If you have any questions or if you need assistance, please feel free to contact


Articles for submission must be previously unpublished and in English. In submitting work to, authors agree to the policies of this site, including free access and use of the material published in it with, of course, proper acknowledgment of authorship and source. In sending work to, for possible publication, the submitter attests that the work is original, that he or she is the author, and that it has not been previously published elsewhere.


A payment of $25.00 per article will be made quarterly to authors of articles promoted on Payments will be made through PayPal unless otherwise arranged.

Exclusivity Window

Authors are able to re-publish works that have been submitted to on their own site at any time, and elsewhere after a period of 60 days from the date of submission to YogaKids. References to the work in other publications should reference (“originally published on

Submission Process

An e-mail message with the article as an attachment should be sent to Use “Submission” as the subject in the email address block. Please submit texts in MS Word, Rich Text Format (RTF), or Pages. Please do not send PDF documents. Images should be in .jpg or .png format.


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