Children’s yoga and mindfulness meditation classes.

Tuesday 6-7 pm, starting June 13- Aug 8

Fee $10 drop in or $40 for a 5 week package. Register now, limited space available

 

Childrens YogaYoga is a place for kids to be themselves, learn about the world around, learn how to be mindful all while having fun. In a world filled with constant change, technological advancements, and social media it’s important to cultivate a senses of grounding and belonging for the younger population. Yoga helps children feel connected socially, emotionally, and physically.

The classes interweave yoga, mindful breathing, music, art, and social/emotional learning to teach the spirit of mindfulness. Mindfulness has been shown to help children learn to calm their bodies and minds and to cultivate more effective ways to manage difficult emotions.

About the Instructor: Jaime Goldstein, Mindfulness and Yoga Teacher is a Level 1 YogaKids instructor and is currently completing her Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) teacher certification through the University of California San Diego’s Center for Mindfulness.  She has two years of experience teaching mindfulness and yoga to elementary children in the public school setting.  Last spring, she taught a before school mindfulness program that she developed called Mindful Mornings in Lake Dallas ISD that she received funding for through a Lake Cities Education Foundation grant.  She also presents on mindfulness to teachers and staff in public schools.

About the Instructor: Jaime Goldstein, Mindfulness and Yoga Teacher is a Level 1 YogaKids instructor and is currently completing her Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) teacher certification through the University of California San Diego’s Center for Mindfulness.  She has two years of experience teaching mindfulness and yoga to elementary children in the public school setting.  Last spring, she taught a before school mindfulness program that she developed called Mindful Mornings in Lake Dallas ISD that she received funding for through a Lake Cities Education Foundation grant.  She also presents on mindfulness to teachers and staff in public schools.