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At mini yogis yoga for kids we foster creativity, cooperation, and confidence in a safe environment where all children are perfect just the way they are.
Children aren’t little adults. They have different needs, respond to different stimuli, and learn in different ways. That’s why mini yogis offers nontraditional yoga classes: invigorating, interactive, imaginative journeys into your child’s developing mind, body, and spirit. Shana conducts mini yogis teacher trainings around the globe, certifying all of her teachers to think boldly, and profoundly change the lives of children.
Unlike many other yoga programs that simply scale adult practices down into child-size chunks, mini yogis builds each practice from the ground up, creating an exclusively child-based yoga practice and giving children the sometimes rare opportunity to just be kids within the context of asana and meditation.
Let mini yogis yoga for kids help your child develop flexibility, focus, and coordination for a happy, healthy, balanced life.
mini yogis yoga for kids
Enlightening children throughout Los Angeles County, Orange County, San Diego County, and the San Fernando Valley.
Also offering yoga classes for children with special needs as well as classes in Spanish and other languages...just ask!
Yes...we offer adult yoga classes too! click here...
yoga is a gift
It is an uplifting, noncompetitive, mind-expanding, and fun way for children to build strength, spirit, and self-esteem.
mastering the ancient art of being a kid!
People are always asking me if they need to take a full adult teacher training in order to teach yoga to kids. The short answer is no, you don’t have to take an adult training. The long answer is this: Yes. You definitely should take a full adult teacher training in addition to your kids’ […]Read More
i have already posted this on facebook and emailed to my lists, but i fear the brilliance may have been lost on many…so i must repost. at first glance, this is just a cute little gratitude bit. mini yogis student, age 8 (let’s call her rebecca, as that’s her name), makes a picture of what […]Read More
for solstice, i had my class do the traditional 108 sun salutations. er…classes…three classes to be exact. and i did it with them. let’s do the math. 108 x 3 = 324. i did 324 salutations in a day. 327 if you count my class of kindergartners that day. if you’ve never embarked on your […]Read More
As the holidays are upon us, I just wanted to offer two quick activities you can do with your kids: one is a Christmas activity and the second is for Hanukkah. Decorating the Christmas Tree: Have the kids break up into pairs. One will stand in tree pose (Vrksasana) with arms outstretched and palms facing […]Read More