DAYS: Sundays OCT 19, 26; NOV 1, 9, 16, 23 TIME : Ages 6-8 : 3-4pm Ages 9-10 : 4-5pm Ages 11-12: 5-6pm WHERE: MKD School of Karate, 72-26 Roosevelt Ave, 2nd Flr, Jackson Heights NY 11372 DETAILS: $80 Early sign up by 28-Sep; $100 Regular sign up after 29-Sep. Siblings $10 off 2nd child, etc. All levels and both genders most welcome!
The floor is matted. We recommend however that you bring your own mat. We have some extra yoga mats and clean towels at your disposal, at no fee. RSVPto reserve your spot: through our contact form
What makes up Abigail's Yoga & Mindfulness Kids class: *Connect - Each class we connect as a group through an activity. The child will have the opportunity to connect to themselves, to the group and to the world around them.
*Breathe - Children are empowered by learning that they have some control over their own emotional and energetic state through awareness of their breath. They will learn how to gain control of the breath in a safe way that can be beneficial in helping them regulate their emotions and energy level.
*Move - Children will learn yoga poses and movements, modified for their bodies and minds. Poses may be used in a variety of ways as tools to channel children’s energy, improve their health, build confidence and for many other purposes. Yoga movement is about exploration and practice, not competition.
*Focus - The ability to calm the mind and learn to focus offers great benefits for children’s ability to succeed in school, control their emotions, and get to know themselves during their developmental years.
*Relax - Each class ends with a beneficial relaxation. Children will be given the tools to calm and relax their bodies and minds.
The goal of this class is for the kids to have fun. Participation is always a choice and it is important your child wants and chooses to participate in this yoga series. Your child will be provided tools to develop self-awareness, and enhance the physical, mental and emotional health and well-being. The environment of the class is supportive and encouraging, where children can feel safe and respected, have the freedom to experiment with their ideas, and find enjoyment and success in a non-competitive physical activity.