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when your heart breaks and shatters…

i haven’t written a mini yogis blog post in ages…but today i just had to. truly, i love all of my kids as if they were my own. hence the term “my kids”, when they aren’t my kids at all. their joy is my joy and their pain is my pain. today, i was working […]

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mindfulness on the mat by mini yogis

WEDNESDAYS, 4.00 – 5.00pm, ages 8-10 with Kimberly Mindfulness on the Mat with mini yogis is held at 4370 Tujunga Avenue, #150, in Studio City.…

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The Pint-Sized Optimist with a Full Gallon of Self-Confidence

the other day i was teaching an awesome little five-year-old. this guy has the biggest eyes and the brightest smile and–just ask him–he can do anything. anyway, i found myself talking to his mom when he wandered off and found one of my “bop it” games. naturally curious little kitten that he is, he asked […]

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the littlest yoga teacher

the other day, i was teaching a group of 15 kids. the youngest was three. the oldest ten. overall, the group skewed very heavily towards the ten. there was one three. i was teaching them how to jump lightly from downward dog to the front of their mats. the kids were all very impressed.😉 then, […]

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what my butt is telling me

you never know what is going to pop out of a kids’ mouth. best classes, have to be the ones with the three- and four-year-olds. i happened to have one of those today and here are some highlights: a little girl suddenly announcing: “my butt is telling me i have to go potty.” as she […]

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hey hey hey! it’s justinef!

i was teaching four little guys yesterday…three preschoolers and one elder statesman from the kindergarten. one little guy is a family friend, and so though his real name is justin, i call him by his “insider” nickname of deshy. well, the other kids would have none of that. i first called justin “deshy” and the […]

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- evan harris, 
(adult) power yoga student


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