about mini yogis®

shanaHi, I’m Shana Meyerson, Founder of mini yogis yoga for kids. I just wanted to take a moment to tell you what mini yogis means to me.

When I was growing up, every aspect of my life was a competition. School, sports, popularity, you name it. Maybe it taught me about being tough and excelling in the world, but it also made me approach life in a competitive and judgmental way. A way that made me stressed out and anxious.

I always knew that inner peace existed out there somewhere, but it wasn’t in here. It was only after I found yoga that I found myself and learned to be one with my true inner nature.

When I look at kids today, I see an incredible amount of potential and so many opportunities for them to exercise it. But I also see a lot of unnecessary sadness, stress, and apprehension. I believe that yoga holds the magic that will allow all of today’s kids to be healthy in mind, body, and spirit, and to believe in themselves above all else.


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Shana Meyerson holds yoga certification from Sri Dharma Mittra, as well as Next Generation Yoga ®, a New York studio dedicated exclusively to children, and Mark Blanchard. Her personal Power Yoga practice is the cornerstone of her life. She is also the founder of YOGAthletica (for adults). She teaches yoga all over the world and is the creator of the popular Yogi Pokey©.

To read Shana's full-length bio, click here.

"I've been using all of the tips, tricks and several of the lessons you taught us, and the students (and I) have been having a ball. I've started a new craze at the school that I'm hoping will continue for a long time! "

- shauna poutre, 
teacher training graduate, 
los angeles, california

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It is an uplifting, noncompetitive, mind-expanding, and fun way for children to build strength, spirit, and self-esteem.


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