Yogic Minds


peace begins with me

Yoga does’nt just make kids strong and flexible, it can teach them to identify their feeling and use poses to feel great, no matter what is going on around them. Yoga is the practice of accessing and integrating all aspects of our true nature -body, mind and spirit – in the pursuit of inner harmony. Yoga and mindfulness have been shown to improve both physical and mental health in school-age children (ages 6 to 12). It improves balance, coordination, strength, endurance and aerobic capacity.

Research review and reflections on the Mental Health Potentials of Yoga:Recent research shows that the most stressed- out generation is the current youth adults.If the stress is left unaddressed consistently, it could lead to chronic illness, which could result in a range of health problems like insomnia, anxiety, depression,week immune system etc. Yoga can be an appropriate scientifuic intervention in childhood and youth as a stress alleviator, especially in school settings.

Mom & Baby Yoga


This class is for you, mama. Ease the aches and build strength to rise to the new challenges of caring for this little bundle of joy!

yoga for preschoolers


Yoga classes for this agegroup can be really satisfying. Once we get tuned into their rhythm and practice regularly, we work on yoga and breathwork. It helps a lot to build their strength and balance, improve coordination and develop their ability to consciously relax. We include music & melody to dial up their focus and listening in the moment.The school offers yoga + mindfulness classes for preschoolers to help kids thrive in the world regardless of circumstances.

After-school yoga


During these magical hour long classes, children grow in independence and confidence. We have fun learning yoga poses and breathing exercises through games. Every session is different but, each session always starts with a welcome circle and endswith a relaxation. The interactive nature of the classes boosts confidence, creative thinking and communication skills. The heart of the program is simple: teach kids to project, rather than suppress, their emotions, and teach them to express these emotions in a healthy and efficient way.