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“Children are amazing conduits of energy and adults can gain much from observing their intrinsic natures. Yoga provides an ideal meeting place for mutual growth and understanding, allowing adults to grow alongside the children in their worlds.” Liz Clark
Kids yoga can be part of a home, after school or party activity practiced individually or in a group. In all cases we will balance the class to bring these benefits:
The class can include, storytelling though postures, group exercises, songs and music, guided imagery, and relaxation. Age groups can be mixed 5-11 years or can be grouped as shown in the sample class.
Yoga Adventurers (Age 5-8 yrs): Discover yoga through theme adventures, fun chants and songs, languages, breadth, asana, games, activities and relaxation.
Yoga Explorers (Age 8-11years): We go deeper into the world of anatomy and yoga history and ideas. At 8yrs the lungs and immune system are developed, and children can better concentrate. It is also the beginning of abstract reasoning and understanding of concepts, morals and ideas.
Through vinyasa Pre-Teens & Teens ages (11-16 yrs) will experience how different poses can flow together and uncover the interconnectedness of the universe. We bring openness and inner connectedness to the practice that better equips teens to deal with modern day challenges. We use the music the teens bring to class. We can incorporate desk yoga to improve posture during study time. The practice enhances balancing of hormones, creating emotional awareness.
Family yoga is valuable way of practicing yoga together bringing a sense of unity, security, mutual understanding, and communication for all family members.
A sample yoga class can range from Family Yoga Fun for younger families that explore the ocean together or climb a pretend mountain and other fun trips as we introduce breath, focus, asana, and relaxation to Family Yoga 2, a multilevel class going deeper into postures, traditions of yoga, where we can incorporate themes based on family values.