Kids One Yoga

Who says only grown ups can do Yoga? Kids can too! Summer is the perfect time to engage your kids in Yoga as this is the time when most of them are rushing from one summer activity to another in our quest to make them busy and burned out too.

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If you want your kids to enjoy the benefits of Yoga while still young, why not bring them to Kids One Yoga, they offer fun Yoga summer classes for kids aged 3-13 years. What’s good about it also is that they are implemeting the KidzYoga”-Australia Curriculum which is an educational-based yoga program that aims to develop life long interest in learning. It integrates creative lessons that are guranteed to turn your children into brilliant inquirers, as well as caring, committed, disciplined and empowered learners.

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So if you want your kids to develop focus and concentration; improve flexibility, strength, balance, coordination; experience increased calm and decreased stress and anxiety through relaxation techniques; improve impulse control; increase self awareness; develop understanding and empathy for others; learn natural conflict resolution skills; find skillful ways to respond to difficult emotions; and make healthy choices in the future, enroll them at Kids One Yoga now! Summer is the perfect time to get those matts ready for them. Plus, this is a great opportunity for you to make your kids aware that there’s more to summer than the great outdoors and the beach.

To know more about KIDS ONE YOGA SUMMER CLASSES, visit their website HERE.

Kids One Yoga is at Dainty Slippers Studio, Unit K, 7/F Westgate Tower, Alabang Madrigal Business Park, Muntinlupa City. Call/Text 09158965327 or 09178469443.

7 Comments on Kids One Yoga

  1. Johnson
    September 4, 2013 at 9:41 am (4 years ago)

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  2. Johnson
    September 4, 2013 at 8:33 am (4 years ago)

    Really its a very good and creative thought or idea..all type of yoga accept educational and physical or mental…its good 1 keep it up!!!..

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  3. Johndevid531
    June 22, 2013 at 10:24 am (4 years ago)

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  4. Ronit
    June 4, 2013 at 4:41 pm (4 years ago)

    Great concept! I think it’s good for everyone, and educational too. Well, when was Yoga bad for health? Keep up the good work guys!

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  5. Randal Romero
    May 21, 2013 at 1:23 pm (4 years ago)

    With over 20 years of experience, we are an American Camping Association accredited day camp that works with Florida’s State Park System in Broward and N. Miami. We meet over 300 ACA standards of health, safety, programming and staffing. We foster sportsmanship, cooperation, self-discipline, respect for nature and leadership. Activities are age-appropriate and include hands-on science, arts, archery, swimming, canoeing, fishing, snorkeling, guest speakers, hiking, sports, field trips and more! We have a great teen program for ages 14-16 year olds.
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  6. Everett Hicks
    May 15, 2013 at 1:49 am (4 years ago)

    A native Texan, Angela Nix first moved to Austin to attend The University of Texas, where she graduated with a BBA in Management and Marketing. She spent many years in the corporate world, in various leadership roles of increasing responsibility, until finally deciding to change her path and seek more balance in life. She has practiced yoga for more than 10 years, and in the last couple of years approached it with her usual passion and commitment. Angela enjoys teaching both kids and adult classes and brings a light hearted demeanor to her students regardless of their age. She is a certified Kids Yoga Instructor with Next Generation Yoga. She loves teaching kids classes and enjoys integrating music and creative movement into each class and summer camp session. She has completed her Teacher Training, studying under Gioconda Parker and focusing her efforts on Vinyasa Flow. She teaches with grace and a casual style, encouraging her students to find their true “yoga self” and grow their practice through consistency, fun and self awareness. Outside of the studio, she serves on the Board at ZACH Theatre and is passionate about the arts in education. Her free time is spent with family and enjoying wonderful outdoor activities like hiking, kayaking, and exploring all that Austin has to offer.
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