Toddlers Yoga (18m - 3y)
Toddlers Yoga (18m - 3y) is a wonderful way to introduce yoga to children. In a playful space which sparks creativity, imagination and curiosity, this class uses movement, such as music, storytelling, visualisation and mindfulness techniques to build on coordination as they start to balance and make shapes.
We welcome parents to facilitate this journey, providing the child an extra level of comfort. A fun-filled and relaxing experience for both parent and child, this class will increase your child’s self-awareness and self-esteem, nurturing acceptance and kindness from a young age.
Kids Yoga (4-6)
Kids Yoga (4-6) is an ideal time to begin a yoga practice as their young minds are naturally creative and curious. This class inspires children to use their imagination to teach them about nature and the environment, helping them to learn about the world through their bodies, which develops their innate ability to listen, observe and imagine.
Breath techniques will also be taught via creative and inspired methods. A short period of relaxation encourages them to close their eyes, as they learn to self regulate and prepare for meditation. Role-playing, partner games, and make believe will foster a sense of self belief, and discipline, as well as inspire them to become more connected with their innate awareness.
Kids Yoga (7-11)
Kids Yoga (7-11) introduces yoga poses, breathing techniques, visualisation, and deep relaxation to help improve the learning abilities of school-aged children. In this class, we will focus on developing flexibility, strength, balance, and coordination, as we promote the development of self confidence by encouraging the child's imagination and self-expression. Children will learn effective communication and good listening skills, which in turn fosters self-respect, compassion and kindness for others.
Yoga also teaches children that with increased focus they can increase their attention naturally and promote stillness and quieting of the mind. This can help kids deal with the stresses of living in a chaotic world where constant stimulation is a regular part of life.