Mindful Minis Toddler Pop-up Yoga Classes
with Amy Reed
Sunday, October 20th
What better way to start your week than Restorative Yoga? This class provides a peaceful atmosphere to allow the body, mind, and spirit to rejuvenate itself and prepare for the week ahead. The mind finds space through the breath to be open to new ideas and patterns. When you leave a class you will feel at ease physically and emotionally.
Share yoga with your child! Through yoga games, story-telling with our poses, and simple partner yoga with your child, incorporate relaxation and breathing techniques into your family’s life.
This class is dedicated to the sacred practice of Ashtanga Yoga. It is a led Ashtanga class where we will do the Primary Series, or Yoga Chikitsa, at each class. Read more about this style of yoga here.
with Hillary Harvey
$18 for you and your child aged 4-10
Share your practice with your child or discover the world of yoga together! This class is designed for families to explore yoga and mindfulness at a playful, kid-friendly pace. Through yoga games, story-telling with our poses, parallel practice, and simple partner yoga with your child, incorporate relaxation and breathing techniques into your family’s life, establish boundaries for your home yoga practice, and learn how to Play Yoga with your child. This class is geared for adult yogis of any level (newbies strongly encouraged) and their child partners (ages 4-10). One adult per child is ideal, so the class fee is per adult-child couple. $18 to drop in. Have questions about if it’s right for your family? Give a call! And check out the free sampler class on September 13th.
In this series children explore yoga through music and narrative. Julie uses the power of story to captivate children and to ease them into yoga in a playful, encouraging way. A day at the zoo, for instance, is the perfect way to learn Cobra Pose and Lion’s Breath. Or join her for an imaginary day of apple picking, safari, or space travel! Julie brings her guitar and sing-along songs for a music break and then finishes class with relaxation and visualization techniques, which introduce children to the power of self-guided healing and stress reduction.
Studies show that yoga improves focus, reduces anxiety, and increases self-esteem. It’s never too early to become a little yogi or yogini!
Sign your child up for six weeks, or drop in when you can. Mom or Dad is encouraged to stay for a session or two.
Music and the arts have engrossed Julie since the age of 10. With undergraduate degrees in Jazz Piano Performance and Music Composition, she found the perfect blend of art and spirituality when she started practicing yoga years ago. In the artistic beauty of the yoga asanas, symbolizing components of nature, and in the vibrational energy of music, Julie found in yoga a way to, as Joseph Campbell would say, “follow [her] bliss.”