At Flow and Grow Kids Yoga we are moved to share yoga with children.
We plant the seeds of yoga: love, peace, joy of movement, self-regulation, positive thinking, relaxation, kindness, harmony, flexibility of body and mind, resilience, focus, and breathing. We teach children to access yoga in the classroom and more significantly, when they are off in the great big world. The skills we offer support our children to blossom into self-sufficient peacemakers.
We practice yoga in a safe, age appropriate manner than is inclusive, fun, and educational. We witness our children growing from these seeds into the people who will shape our world for the better. Our staff of teachers works directly with students in schools, yoga studios, and private homes, and other setting to offer yoga where the children will be. Change starts inside each of us. That is why we also work with adults privately to cultivate their own practice, which is instrumental in changing behaviors such as negative self-talk and apathy and shifting into positivity and right action.
We believe in strong leadership to influence our children.
We share these practices with the important adults in children’s lives. We work closely with parents, educators, and yoga instructors. We aim teach the adult leaders of children practical, proven, and safe methods.
We want to proliferate yoga education to the educators, parents, clinicians, and other important adults in the lives of children. We so do by offering workshops at universities and schools, by leading teacher trainings across the nation, and by making ourselves widely available to the private and public sector.
We know that the next generation is our future and so it imperative to nurture these future leaders with the right tools, and to empower grown-ups to support them in that process. We offer these tools that may otherwise not be available in the academic, busy, and high-stakes world our children are growing up in.
Our mission: A beautiful world where all the people pause to take a deep breath, becoming more empathetic and loving, sharing their gifts, flowing and growing.
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