Kids Yoga

For children and families

About me

I’ve been a primary school teacher all my working life and nothing gives me greater pleasure than seeing kids engaged in activity that uses skill and imagination. Having watched my own children, totally absorbed, whilst participating in a kids yoga class, I was convinced this was the way forward.

After completing the Rainbow Yoga teaching course, at the Pineapple Dance Studios in London, in 2018, I am now running both children’s and family yoga classes on a weekly basis.

Beginner Classes

I introduce yoga to those that have always wanted to try it or have attended classes but felt a little out of place and never returned.

My classes take a slow approach to all poses and achieve the correct alignment of your body before taking the pose to another level. Once you feel confident, assured and knowledgeable about the pose, we then take the practice further.

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Why Yoga

The benefits of yoga for children are as great as for adults

  • Family yoga is a fun, engaging, and creative activity for parents and encourage
  • It is all about connection; Touch, hug, move, breathe and co-create together in a magical and playful way
  • Rainbow Yoga has trained over 8000 teachers, all over the world
  • You will be left with a smile on your face
Are my children too young for yoga?
As soon as a child is capable of independent movement, they will start to benefit from yoga
I have never done yoga before. Does that matter?
Family yoga is about interaction between parent and child. It is likely that your child will be more flexible than you, simply because of their age. If you have never taken part in a yoga class before, you will start to see improvement quite quickly.
I can’t even touch my toes!
If you’re worried about your own flexibility, you may want to consider taking a few adult classes as well.

Your body was designed to move but if you haven’t touched your toes since leaving school, it’s bound to take a little time to get it moving properly again. But don’t worry there is no such thing as being bad at yoga

I have an injury or disability, can I still take part?

As with any medical condition, you should check with your GP before you consider taking part in any physical activity.

If you speak to the instructor before the class, your yoga poses can be adapted to make sure you get the most from the class.

My child has a disability, can they still take part?

The short answer is yes. The Studio is wheelchair accessible.

If you’re not sure, you should check with your child’s GP before letting them take part in any physical activity.

If you speak to the instructor before the class, your yoga poses can be adapted to make sure you both get the most from the class.

The Studio

The Studio
Callis Court
London Road
West Malling
ME19 5AH

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The Barn, Callis Court, London Road, West Malling, ME19 5AH

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