If you have a 5-8 year old who has energy to burn, would enjoy the positive messages of yoga, experiences anxiety, needs tools for emotional balance, or is just interested in ways to create inner calm, our 6 week term starts Monday. Call 0402 970 020 for more details.
What many of us love about yoga practice is the way it makes our bodies feel supple, strong, long, lithe and luscious. And lots of people know that there is the meditation side to yoga practice too. (my favourite T-Shirt sighting of the week proclaimed ‘Heavily Meditated’! As well, yoga has certain precepts which act like a sort of guide to living. When you are not sure about something, it’s good to revisit these precepts and review how they fit with the situation you are experiencing.
I am inspired to revisit these as our fabulous teacher Jo Hemmingway will use these 10 precepts as her guide to the next term of kids yoga classes. Besides the tween and teens classes, we’re offering a third class, for kids aged 5-7. Parents will like how your kids cleaning their own rooms is part of yoga practice. But I also like Jo’s writing because she’s written it so the kids can relate to it. But, as adults can be just big kids on the inside, it’s a nice read so click here for more.
Here’s what’s inspiring Term 1, by expert teacher Jo!
This coming term we will be putting on our lab coats and exploring how yoga directly impacts (positively of course!) our actual, physical bodies. The idea behind this is to support what most of us already know – that yoga keeps us healthy in both mind and body – we will discover exactly HOW!
With lightness of heart, and a fun and inquisitive approach we will look at:
These classes resume Jan 31st (Kids 8-12 Tuesdays 3.50pm) and Feb 2nd (Teens 12+ 4.30pm). So, it’s time to get organised and book in your child. Read on to find out what’s planned! Contact us on 0402 970020 or by email
Besides our mum and bubs classes and primary school age kids classes, we have now filled the gap. We are delighted to be now hosting new classes for kids aged 18 months to 7 years.
It has honestly been an awesome experience and an absolute joy teaching these classes.
I have seen a shift in each and every one of them, even the ones that joined mid-term. Confidence has grown