Time is TBD | SoulScience Health & Wellness Center

Shine Bright Family Yoga (Parent/Guardians and Children, ages 3-8) ($20 Drop-In)

Come explore light, color, & movement as we move through fun yoga postures and relaxation techniques together on a rainbow adventure. Parents & guardians will enjoy quality bonding time with lots of laughs & new ideas to take off the mat for transforming those challenging moments into joyful play!
Shine Bright Family Yoga (Parent/Guardians and Children, ages 3-8) ($20 Drop-In)

Time & Location

Time is TBD
SoulScience Health & Wellness Center, 12850 Middlebrook Road Suite 200, Germantown, MD 20874, USA

About the Event

 Come explore light, color, and movement as we move through fun yoga postures and relaxation techniques together on a rainbow adventure. Parents and guardians will enjoy quality bonding time with lots of laughs and new ideas to take off the mat for transforming those challenging moments into joyful play. Allows children and their grownups to build emotional and body awareness while learning healthy releasing techniques all while building trust with each other. We will make personalized sun catchers to take home and enjoy. No experience necessary. Wear comfy clothing. Adult participation in yoga is optional. Why is yoga beneficial for children, ages 3-8?

Yoga creatively introduces postures, breathing and relaxation techniques to your child through playful adventures. Classes are fun & interactive and help your child improve:

Gross and fine motor skills Concentration & balance Strength & flexibility Focus, listening & following directions Body awareness Sleep & digestion Kind interaction with others

Why is partner yoga beneficial for families in particular?

Enjoy quality bonding time Inspires new ideas to take off the mat for transforming those challenging moments into joyful play. Create special memories that will last a lifetime When we practice yoga and mindfulness, we develop self-awareness, which not only gives us insight to our own individual thoughts, feelings, and interactions, but allows us to see how others may be feeling, thinking, or interacting in an entirely different (perhaps more compassionate) lens. With this new lens, we become less reactive, and approach situations with understanding and clarity. Thus, relationships improve the more we practice yoga and mindfulness (especially when families and friends practice together)!

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