"My Toolkit For Life" are tailored 1:1 coaching sessions, where your child will be empowered with tools to help them feel calm and confident.
So what is Kids Yoga? Yoga for kids is a fun and playful experience. But it's not all fun and games! Within a structured setting, kids yoga classes incorporate important topics relevant to the age group, such as recognising emotions & friendships. Children are fully supported throughout the class to stretch, move, breathe & relax.
This class will include: Stories and themes relatable to children Stretches to improve flexibility and create body awareness Yoga poses that help build strength, co-ordination & good posture Games to foster team work & communication, in a non-competitive environment Relaxation & breathing techniques to teach kids how to calm and help with reducing anxiety
Open to all levels of experience - girls & boys Yoga mats provided Bring a water bottle Please wear comfortable clothes - a tight top or a top that can be tucked in. Avoid shorts an gaping tops. Long hair to be tied up.
To offer the kids a special experience, maximum of 10 places are available.
Please make the right decision for your child. Passes are non-refundable. Passes are not transferable to another child or another class.
a bit about me... I have been teaching adult yoga classes in Dalby since 2014. Prior to that I was a Primary School Teacher. I taught from Prep through to Year 7, however I spent most of my years as a teacher in grades 5-7. While I loved teaching, I always knew it was not something I would do forever. I always felt that the school environment was not how I wanted to reach and teach kids. I love everything about teaching Yoga to kids- the playfulness and fun, but also the deeper side to it. The chance to use each lesson as a learning experience for the kids, with topics relevant to them, language they can understand and Yoga poses & games to make it interactive and hands on. But my favourite bit would have to be watching them wind down and enter relaxation at the end of class. What an honour to give them tools to last a lifetime.