Yoga for Kids: Top 5 Yoga Studios in Sydney
The benefits of yoga for kids is basically a never-ending list. After all, how can such a calm, mindful and peaceful practice be anything but beneficial for our little ones? Yoga for kids helps with physical development such as balance, muscle tone, core strength, posture and mobility, as well as nurturing mental health through creating a positive body image, calming the nervous system and allowing children to take part in physical activity in a non-competitive environment.
Sydney is home to some great yoga for kids that cater to little yogis as well as adults. Here are the top 5 spots for kids yoga in Sydney.
1. Little Yogi Miranda
At Little Yogi, the kid's yoga classes are designed to introduce children to a long-lasting yoga practise that is physically challenging, great for establishing healthy mindfulness practises and plenty of fun along the way. Each kids yoga class focuses on a specific theme that keeps the children engaged and enthusiastic about practising yoga, and poses are taught in an age-appropriate way and are further developed as children gain more confidence and understanding. These school-term classes are run on Wednesdays from 4.30 to 5.30 pm at Miranda Youth Centre.
2. Yoganic Willoughby
In addition to their regular yoga classes for pregnant women and new mums, Yoganic yoga classes are perfect for the whole family. From Mums & Bubs and Family Yoga Classes to Pilates for Teens & Tweens, Yoganic ensures kids of all ages have fun while learning good habits that can last for years to come.
3. Marrickville Yoga Centre
Marrickville Yoga Centre runs an ultra-passionate yoga for kids program which aims to build upon a child’s natural love of movement. These dynamic, spontaneous and creative yoga for kids classes are appropriate for kids aged 7-10 years old, and take place on Saturdays at 3 pm at the Marrickville Yoga Centre studio. Bookings are essential.
4. Hills Yoga
With specialised classes for both kids and teens, Hills Yoga teaches yoga for kids in a way that builds their own sense of self-awareness as they develop concentration, physical and mental strength, flexibility, balance and coordination, all whilst improving their posture and breathing and growing their self-confidence. Kids classes run on Wednesdays from 4 - 5 pm.
5. Cosmic Kids Yoga on Youtube
That’s right! How very 21st century of us. Cosmic Kids Yoga on Youtube (and on the Cosmic Yoga app) offers a great range of interactive yoga, mindfulness and relaxation exercises for kids, all of which aim to build strength, confidence and balance. From 3 minute classes to 50-minute lessons, there’s something for everyone on the Cosmic Yoga channel!
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