Kids Yoga is a great way to help kids move around intentionally in a non-competitive environment. It’s all about animals, storytelling, and “all we have to do is try”. There is not a meditation or religious aspect to kids yoga. When we learn breathing, we are a bee, a lion, an elephant, or we are wearing pretend glasses! At the end of our movement time, we have a few minutes of lying quietly on our mats for shivasana. During this time, we’ll review what we learned that day about principles of balance, flexibility, and kindness. Teaching children to move in a non-competitive way and then to quiet themselves at the end is a great way to promote the ability to sit still and listen for longer periods of time as they get older, a characteristic that is valuable in both school and church environments.
Click here for a list of books we use regularly or plan to use in our Kids Yoga classes.
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A fabulous indoor gym built inside an old home with art and sensory experiences for all ages of children and all abilities! It is located on Shiloh road between Arapaho and Beltline in Garland bordering Richardson. All classes are ages 4 years and up and take place during Open Gym time, so younger or uninterested siblings can play in the gym!
Starting June 3, 2014 (changing day): Wednesdays, 4:00pm
$10 per class, or free for members of the gym.
Questions: email Shauna or call directly: 214-790-6953.
In the cooler months of the year, I will occasionally do kids yoga classes at Mimosa Park at 10:00am or 2:00pm on a drop-in basis, $10 per child. Notification of these class days and times is done via email, so please subscribe to the email list! Thanks!