Monday, February 8, 2016

Memory Yoga #ThinkFun

A Fun, Physical Twist on Memory

Memory Yoga  #ThinkFun

Memory Yoga is a brand new game from Thinkfun. It is for players who are three years or older. The goal is simple – the winner is the player who collects the most pairs of matching Yoga Pose Tiles. The older players must perform the illustrated yoga pose for at least ten seconds in order to claim the tiles.

This is a really cute game that keeps kids occupied while nurturing both their mind and body. It is really easy yet fun to play. It comes with thirty-six yoga pose tiles which will make eighteen pairs.

This game was invented by Upside Down Games. Their story is one based in yoga destiny. It all began when two Argentinians – Matt, a yoga-loving lawyer specializing in non-pro t work, and Juan, a yoga instructor – met in a yoga class. They shared not only their passion for yoga, but also their desire to spread the joys and benefits of yoga to children, creating a new generation of ‘yogis.’ After much brainstorming and testing, their vision became a reality, with a full line of award-winning Upside Down Games.


Product Description



Stretch your mind and your body. Memory Yoga helps preschoolers improve balance, flexibility and coordination while boosting matching and memory skills. Learn and perform yoga poses as you search for Matching Pose Tiles.

The player with the most matches wins! With two levels of play, this fun yoga game will be a family favorite for years to come.
Memory Yoga  #ThinkFun
  • A yoga game with a fun, physical twist on memory
  • Helps preschoolers improve balance, flexibility and coordination
  • Boosts matching and memory skills
  • Offers two levels of play for children 3 and up
  • Includes: 36 yoga pose tiles (18 pairs)

Manufacturer recommended age: 36 months - 15 years




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