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Partner Yoga for Kids Class

What a blast it was to be back at Athleta for another fun kids yoga class. This time leading a Partner Yoga for Kids class. We warmed up our bodies with exercises to get our hearts pumping. Then got ready for our partner and group poses.

We got into out Partner Poses using our Kids Yoga Challenge Pose Cards.

The yoga cards were perfect as we worked on mastering the 4 challenge levels with the included partner poses.

We continued with some fun team building group yoga poses with our Down Dog Tunnel. The kids loved it and did great!

We closed class with a Stillness and Savasana and with a few deep cleansing breaths. If you are looking to try out some more partner poses, get our Kids Yoga Partner Pose lesson plan or see our tips on partner poses here.

Partner Yoga for Kids Class

Bring a buddy  and join the fun for our Kids Yoga Partner Class with Go Go Yoga Kids at Athleta, Jordan Creek on Thursday, June 15, 2017 at 8:30 AM. No buddy, no problem. We got you covered! See you then!

Stay after class for some light refreshments.

See more fun partner pose ideas and tips here.  Get even more partner yoga poses with our Kids Yoga Challenge Pose Cards.

Fun in the Sun Kids Yoga Class at Athleta

Welcome Summer! What a fun morning spent teaching yoga to kids at Athleta.

We loved our Beach Ball Yoga Poses, swimming, surfing, and sunning on our yoga mats.

Want to practice our fun summer yoga poses? Get your Free Summer Yoga Pose Guide here or check out our favorite kids yoga resources.

You Can Teach Yoga to Kids

Create Kids Yoga Lesson Plans with our easy-to-follow guide.

Looking to create fun and easy kids yoga lesson plans? The Go Go Yoga for Kids Guide is just for you. This colorful, easy to follow guide contains the best practices for teaching kids yoga. Get your free Teach Kids Yoga Guide now.

 

Fun in the Sun: Free Kids Yoga Class at Athleta with Go Go Yoga for Kids

June 7- Fun in the Sun: Beachball Yoga for Kids

Have fun getting fit and flexible through yoga poses, games, mindfulness and more. Led by Sara J. Weis, kids yoga instructor and author of Go Go Yoga for Kids. Be ready for some fun!

Calling all girls who dream crazy big! Come check out our new Pop Up with Athleta Girl styles and join us for a summer themed kids yoga class! We will have fun working on yoga poses, games, mindfulness and more. Led by Sara J. Weis, kids yoga instructor and author of Go Go Yoga for Kids. Stay after class for delicious bites and hair braiding! All girls will recieve a hairband and one lucky girl will win a $50 shop card! Hope to see you there!

Winners of the Kids Yoga Challenge Pose Cards

Congratulations to Kim W. and Lynn T,  the lucky winners of our Kids Yoga Challenge Pose Cards! We love these yoga flashcards so much and couldn’t be more excited to share them with others.

Find out more about our Kids Yoga Challenge Pose Cards here.

Need more kids yoga resources? See our tried and true recommendations here.

 

Winners of the New Kids Yoga Picture Book Announced

Congratulations to  Jodi and Meghan, the winners of our giveaway and copies of the new picture book Downward Mule.

These kids are all nailing their Warrior 2 poses and we couldn’t be more impressed. We love seeing kids try out yoga anywhere and anytime.

If you are looking for more great kids yoga resources and books. Check out our tried and true kids yoga resources, read-alouds, and lesson plans here.

You can get your own copy of Downward Mule here.

 

 

 

 

Win a set of 30 Kids Yoga Pose Cards!

Have you tried our new kids yoga pose cards? They are getting amazing reviews from parents, teachers, counselors and kids. They love them! We do too and want to share them with you!

We are giving away two decks of 30 The Kids Yoga Challenge Pose Cards!
Win them here.

Enter to win by May 19, 2017.

Read the reviews or find more information.

Win a Copy of This Adorable New Kids Picture book: Downward Mule

I have a special place in my heart for children’s books, especially those that are fun to read aloud.  I use children’s literature all the time in my school classroom and kids yoga classes to help introduce new concepts, tie together learning and have a little fun.

When I had the opportunity to review Downward Mule, I was thrilled because this book combined some of my favorite things; a captivating story with a good message, kids, and yoga! Read below for a review and a chance to win a copy.

Send a picture of your child holding their favorite yoga pose for a chance to win a copy.

Everyone can feel down about themselves sometimes but that’s no reason to hide who you are. Downward Mule is an attention grabbing story with the secret yogi Sam the mule, and his best friend Lila, a human.

One hot day down on the farm, the heat is making all the animals too tired and weak to lay eggs and give milk and there is nothing to take to the farmers market. What will Sam and Lila do?

This fun read-aloud book will have kids engaged, laughing, and acting out animals while learning life lessons about confidence and acceptance. All of the animal characters are inspirational while being cute and light hearted. Downward Mule is well written as it teaches yoga poses in a  fun, kid-friendly way. I highly recommend this book to teachers, parents, and kids of all ages! Downward Mule is the perfect book to read aloud in a classroom,  give as a gift, and fun to share with the kids in your life.

To have an opportunity to win a paperback copy of Downward Mule, have your child draw a picture of themselves doing their favorite yoga pose. If it is difficult for them to draw, then snap a picture of them doing their favorite yoga pose.

Please send your picture to:

sara@gogoyogakids.com or
post on our Facebook page. The Winner will be chosen by Tannya Derby, the publisher of Downward Mule and founder of Maclaren-Cochrane Publishing.

Please submit your pictures by May 15, 2017.

Happy May Day from Go Go Yoga for Kids

I have such fond memories as a kid with creating May Day baskets with my sisters on the first of this month, filling the basket with little treats, and delivering them to neighbors. It was so much fun to get back from our deliveries and discover May Day baskets left by neighbors on our front step. It was a sure sign that the other neighborhood kids were celebrating the start of May as well.

Years later, I kept this tradition going with my own children. Although we live in a bigger city, we try to make our own little community by knowing our neighbors and surprising them with this somewhat forgotten tradition.

May is a beautiful month filled with new growth and life. Celebrate Spring with this Spring Yoga Transformation lesson plan or download your Spring Coloring Mandala.

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