Hata the Bears 'Love' Challenge!

Welcome to our Green YogaBear Hata and his Weekly Yoga & Mindfulness Challenge for ages 3yrs – 11years.

Here is the Creator of YogaBears Estelle to tell you all about Hata and his super-power of 'Love'


Daily Challenge 1

What does love mean to you? Think of people who you love, and draw a picture of them, what do you love about them? Now draw a picture of yourself and all you love about you, do you know that more you love yourself the more your can love those around you! What do you think is the opposite of love? Do you know what judgement means?

Sometimes those who don’t send love are the ones that need it the most

Let’s listen to YogaBears story time:

There was a little rabbit called spot, and she was very lonely because she lived in a cage on her own, she was fed and watered but no one came to play with her, so when somebody finally did she bit them because she was scared. This displeased Spot's owner and they gave the rabbit away to a local farm.
Here Spot played with all the other rabbits and she was happy and not lonely anymore. Spot had friends now including our YogaBear Hata and one night Hata heard Spot crying, Hata asked why she was crying and Spot said she felt bad because she had bitten the little girl. Hata explained, that now she knew love she could give love as she did not know love before.
Hata, wisely went on to tell Spot that if we are not shown love we become scared because the opposite of 'Love' is 'Fear!'
When we know 'love' and realise we are 'love' the fear goes away.

Spot was so happy she had friends now and she knew love, when the children at the farm picked her up to cuddle her she cuddled closely into them, she was not scared anymore because she now knew love ❤

Todays mantra is ‘ I am not scared because I am love”

Today’s posture is camel !!!



Daily Challenge 2

Today let’s learn about unconditional love!

Think about our story with Spot the rabbit and YogaBear Hata,

Do you think you could still love the rabbit if she bit you?

Do you think she deserved a second chance?

No one is perfect, we all deserve to be loved, parents and carers love unconditionally even though we might make mistakes and forget to listen sometimes or lose our patience they will always love us.

Think about a time when you have been shown unconditional love.