YOGA for Kids: Winter School Holiday Program

Join Michelle, a registered Biokineticist, Pilates & Zenga & Kids Yoga Instructor, for a YOGA for Kids Winter School Holiday Programme. Michelle will guide your child in a fun, safe and calming space to connect their mind body and spirit. The classes encourage concentration, improve breathing, posture, balance, flexibility, strength and muscular endurance.

The program will run for 3 weeks over the winter school holidays and will take place on a Monday and Wednesday morning at 11:15am, starting on Monday the 25th of June and ending on Wednesday the 11th of July.

The classes are open to children between the ages of 4years old and 8 years old, and can choose from either 1 class per week, which costs R255 for the 3 classes; OR 2 classes per week, which is R510 for the 6 classes. Upfront payment is required to reserve booking. Alternatively you can pay a drop in rate of R100 per class.

Some of the benefits yoga can offer your child is the development of body awareness, using their body in a healthy way, management of stress through breathing, awareness, meditation and healthy movement. Yoga assists in building their concentration, increasing their self-confidence and building a positive self-image.

Spaces are limited so make sure you contact Michelle on 072 695 1040 for more information or to reserve your child’s place.

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