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Om Kids Yoga

Saturday

2:00pm-2:45pm Yogi and Me

Ages: Infants-non walking

3:00pm-4:00pm Family Yoga

All ages w/parents

Monday-Thursday

3:00pm-4:00pm Kids Yoga

Ages: 3-6 years old

4:00pm-5:00pm Kids Yoga

Ages: 7-11 years old


Class Outline

Kids Yoga

Monday-Thursday


Parents drop off children or wait behind the curtain quietly uninterrupted.

3:00pm 15min sign in window for parents running late -Coloring books, name tag, puzzles while they wait.

Place shoes on Shmat (junk mat)

3:15pm meet and greet introduce ourselves

Name, age favorite color or food or fav person, fav toy, fav. Song, fav something every week change it

(Orange you grateful, laughing meditation this always changes)

3:20pm Describe yoga and its benefits

Introduce a few Yoga poses

3:30pm Yoga slide song (5min song)

3:35pm Oms Describe the meaning

Different om sounds om om ommmm

Om clap

Pranayama – Explain and describe what it is

Fans

Fuzz ball blow game

Relax

Meditate describe and explain benefits and how it can be used in everyday life.

Breathing meditation

“Peace Begins with Me”

3:50 Bliss story 4poses Show them 4 poses then into story.

3:55pm Secret Garden Song (3min)

Relax Savasana until parents come


Class Outline

Yogi & Me

Saturday


Mom, dad, grandparent can join class. To do a soft gentle loving yoga poses with baby.

2:00 pm Sign in

Introduce ourselves name, baby’s name and age

Sequence guided through interacting with baby

Poses such as cat, cow pose

Downward dog, Plank, tree while holding baby, boat pose, bridge pose, bound angle pose, Forward bend,

table top, balance table top, happy baby, child pose etc just gentle poses.

Breathing and mediating with adult and baby

Relax

5 minute Savasana


Class Outline

Family Yoga


3pm Meet and greet introduce ourselves who they are and who they’re going to be doing Yoga with.

Start with breathing exercises.

Start with a gentle yoga flow then work our way to more intense beginner poses.

Balances and support each other poses that help having a partner to create trust and unity amongst the

family.

Savasna

Relax breathing

Wrap up

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