KIDS YOGA - For ages 5-11
Fridays 4:30 – 5:30
March 7, 14, 21 (Family class)
April 4, 11
May 2, 9, 16, 30
June 6 (Family class)
$16.50 per class
Multi-class passes 10% discount; Full season pass 20% discount; Sibling 25% discount
Join the fun in this class specifically designed for kids! Each session will encompass a blend of physical postures, breathing exercises, and relaxation techniques along with story telling and creative play. Yoga is a wonderful way for children to develop strong and healthy bodies – and much more. It has proven to be effective in helping children develop as balanced and well-rounded individuals.
• Develop discipline
• Strengthen self-confidence
• Improve social interactions
• Increase focus and concentration
• Improve coordination, balance, motor skills
• Increase strength and flexibility
• Cultivate the ability to relax
FAMILY YOGA - For ages 5-11 December 13th!
The concluding session of each kids class season is our Family Yoga experience. Parents or caregivers may attend class with their children and experience first-hand the wonder of yoga for kids.
Parent or caregiver attends free with a registered child.
3rd ANNUAL KIDS SUMMER YOGA CAMP - For ages 5-12
Summer camp will be held this year in August. Please check back for specific dates, times, and fees.
Registration deadline TBD.
This is a summer yoga adventure not to be missed! Through the experience of yoga-themed activities this yoga camp will open the hearts, minds, and bodies of all campers. We will explore the fun of hiking, the joy of water play, the inspiration of craft-making, the magic of story-telling, games, music and more—all centered around yoga practices.
We’ll experience postures when it’s time to move, relaxation when it’s time to be still, and breathing to maintain balance throughout.
Our first-ever Kids Summer Yoga Camp was a huge success last year. The kids had a wonderful time, as did the organizers and camp counselors. While the content of the camp was in perfect alignment with what is taught in our ongoing classes, the way in which it was communicated and the experience delivered was unique to the audience—the child within us all.
We purposefully keep our camp to a small number of participants so as to maintain individual attention, time and space for everyone to fully participate.