Family Yoga (4-8 yrs) – 1:15 pm Sundays (Apr-June)

  • When: Sun, 04/27/2014 - 1:15pm to 2:00pm
    Repeats every week until Sun Jun 15 2014 .
    Cost: $98 for 7-class series
    Category: Children, Teen, and Family/Mindful Motion and Health
    Partner: Hill Center Yoga-In Partnership with Breathing Space Family Yoga

    Family Yoga explores age-appropriate yoga poses, breathing exercises, songs, movement games and relaxation, with an emphasis on interactive and partner activities for kids and adults to do together. Parents should plan fully participate in class, but no yoga experience is required. Yoga mats are used in this class so feel free to bring your own or borrow one from us. Click HERE to register.

    Spring Sessions

    • 1:15 PM - 2:00 PM on Sundays from Apr 26 - Jun 15 (7 classes - $98, no class May 24)

    Registration is for one child (4-8 years) and parent/caregiver(s).

    Younger siblings 12-21 months can register at half price. Register your preschooler and then contact us to add the younger sibling. No charge for babies younger than one year or second adult caregiver.

    Please see our Class Tips, Fees & Policies and Tips for New Students for more details. See How to Sign Up for Class for more instructions.

    Breathing Space Family Yoga Class Schedule

    Reserve an adult, prenatal or baby & me class. Register for a kids / family series.

    Instructor Bio: Cindy Cota has been practicing yoga for over ten years, since taking her first class with a friend and trying to keep a straight face while doing "lion's breath." Thankfully, she stuck with it after that first class, as it has been a constant source of strength and stability in her life.

    Cindy has been certified as a Budding Yogi's Kids teacher since 2010 and recently been trained as a ChildLight Kids Yoga Teacher. As a clinical social worker specializing in work with children, Cindy is especially invested in bringing yoga and mindfulness to children. Originally from the northeast, Cindy is happy to call Capitol Hill home and she is excited to have the opportunity to bring the joy, energy, and peace she receives from yoga to families in her neighborhood.