VIRTUAL KIDS & FAMILY YOGA
We provide an environment rich in learning and building self-awareness through mindfulness, sensory stimulation,
social interaction, language development and exploration
Parent & Tot
Crawlers -2.5 Years
This class is meant for parent(s) and toddler together and it will focus on introducing yoga poses in an engaging way. This class will help to build strength and improve both physical and mental developments for all.
Parent & Tot Dance
Walking- 3 Years
There are many physical and mental health benefits of dance for young children! Self-confidence and better coordination to name a few! Grab your little one and let’s shake our bodies to fun tunes! Class ends by cooling down in safe partner poses and using our breath!
Your preschooler will be introduced to the benefits of yoga through story telling, musical props, dance and mindful activities. Parent participation is not required but they are welcome to stay.
Yoga Circle Time
From finger playing to storytelling, your preschooler will be engaged in interactive activities where he/she can develop and strengthen his/her emotional, social, physical and intellectual development.
This class is designed help children develop deeper sense of body awareness as well as mental clarity and focus. It will focus on developing flexibility, balance and coordination.
Through this visual game, children will explore different yoga poses weekly and learn the benefits of them. We believe in the importance of play in kids yoga and this game will allow children to express their creativity and emphasize on their physical and emotional development.
Come and join other friends in your pajamas while listening to mindful stories! We will sing, stretch, move our bodies in fun, safe ways and get ready for a good night’s sleep. This class focuses on literacy growth while actively learning new breathing techniques.
We are talking bonding time, partner poses, dance and fun for the whole family though yoga! A welcoming and fun way to spend time as a family. The focus is on trying your best and interacting through yoga poses and maybe even freestyle dancing.