Having a strong feeling of being upset or annoyed

  • This workout takes approximately 10 Minutes
  • This workout is for students in Grades PK-1
  • Teacher Resources


  • Type:  Strength
  • Excercise:  Chair Pose
  • Target:  Thighs
  • Equipment:  None
Workout guide


1. Stand in NaliniKIDS posture
2. Keep your feet, knees, and hips together
3. Bend your knees and sink your hips down, like you’re sitting into a chair
4. Cross your arms over your chest, keeping your chest up and pulling your elbows toward your ribs
5. Keep your shoulders back and down; head is in line with the spine
6. Drop your hips a bit lower as you press more weight into the back of your heels
7. Lower your hips down and up


– 10 single count (arms crossed)
– 10 pulses (arms extend to ceiling)
– 10 second hold (arms stay up)
– Rest
– 10 single count (arms crossed)
– 10 pulses (arms extend to ceiling)
– 10 second hold (arms stay up)


If you have knee discomfort or pain:
– Separate your feet hips width apart
– Reduce the bend in your knees and make sure your weight is in your heels


You can customize the reflection prompts to meet the needs of your students and your time constraints. Create a unique workout experience every time you return to this lesson by choosing different prompts — each workout can reveal something new for students!

Icon of a body with vibration lines on the sides of it.

How does your body feel after completing the workout?

Icon of a profile view of a person’s head with a speech bubble where the brain would be.

How does your mind feel after completing the workout?

Icon of a question mark.

What does Angry mean to you in this moment?


What makes you feel angry?

Real-World Connection

What do you picture when you feel angry?

Academic Connection

Write a word or draw a picture that comes to mind when you think of the word Angry.

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