with Kathryn Barrett Gaines 

Tiny Tot Yoga

Little ones don’t need to learn yoga. Tiny people do yoga every day. In fact, many traditional yoga poses come from what babies and toddlers do naturally. Our tiny tot yoga is joy out loud, plus quiet inside. It’s book-based movement and stillness. It’s imagination and improvisation. It’s yoga bears, and yoga bugs, and the very important yoga frog. It’s volcanoes and stars being born, and the curious question of the caterpillar and the butterfly. Little ones learn why the ladybug is grateful, and why the turtle and the sloth are so smart. It’s really fun, especially for the teacher! For little ones of all abilities, 0-5 years, caregivers welcome.

30 minutes, Thursdays 10 am.

Cost: $8 Drop In, 4 week session $30

Kids Yoga

Kids do yoga all day and night. They know how to move and how to rest. Many traditional yoga poses derive from what children do naturally. Our kids yoga is a meditation in motion, a joyful procession of books and stories, with quiet and stillness among the movement and song. Kids find space to imagine and improvise, with the very important yoga frog, and the lessons of the careful wolf and the grateful ladybug. Kids yoga is really fun, especially for the teacher! For children of all abilities, 4 and up, caregivers welcome.

60 minutes, Thursdays 4:45 pm.

Cost: $12 Drop In, $85 for 2 months session.

Imagine if you had learned how to manage your stress starting from when you were a child, learning to tune into your inner voice, breathe deep and let go. Our classes for children invite playful, free movement, while also providing instruction in breathing and stretching techniques that will help them stay fit, manage stress, and have fun for years to come.

Join a circle of friends who playfully learn yoga poses, easing into meditation techniques that can all help balance the demands of the school, family, and friends.  See how fun it can be to balance in Tree Pose while you’re laughing, or wiggle through our Down Dog Tunnel.  Learn the magic of meditation with guided imagery, and even a little Sanskrit!