Melbourne’s Best Yoga Classes for Kids

  • Mums & Bubs

The family that downward dogs together stays together, right?! Yoga can be a powerful thing for any age group to add to their healthy daily routine, but to help you sift through the best kids’ yoga classes in Melbourne, let your kids stretch into these classes to find the best fit.

Some basic tips about kids and yoga? Start gently. Young bodies are flexible but they still need to be treated with care to minimise any risks of muscle tearing and stress.

Yoga Sparks

Improved strength. Better flexibility. A boost to balance and coordination. What’s not to love? The aim at Yoga Sparks is to nourish creativity and the instructors here do that with a combination of yoga postures, stories, music, games and dance that help young minds and bodies stay calm and focused.

Founder Kaela Snibson has studied child and developmental psychology and has years of experience working with children in dance, gymnastics and performing arts.

Both kids’ yoga classes and family yoga classes are on offer. 

What You Need To Know

Kids’ yoga classes cater for children between 2-18 years old. Classes are between 45 mins- 60 minutes, depending on the age group.

Address: The Collective Yoga Massage Myotherapy (Brunswick East)
Email: [email protected]
More information, visit the Yoga Sparks website.

Yoga Hum

Developing strength, flexibility and self-awareness helps children and teenagers build confidence, resilience and improved self-esteem. If life for your children seems hectic, the approach of this yoga class is to help students relax and feel restored –especially perfect for teenagers dealing with study stress and anxiety.

Physical, mental and emotional health all benefit from focused breathing techniques and guided meditation, combined with traditional yoga postures.

What You Need To Know

Phone: 0421 954 294
Address: Different locations in the Elwood/Ormond/Ripponlea vicinity
More information, visit the Yoga Hum website.

Melbourne Kids’ Yoga

Imagine if your children could boost their ability to focus and control their emotions…

Ahhhh, what a wonderful world! By helping support children’s gross motor development and master breathing exercises, relaxation is just around the corner.

These classes include traditional and modified yoga poses through games, stories, music, as well as relaxation and visualisation techniques.

What You Need To Know

The folk at MKY can come to your child’s kindergarten, childcare or primary school, and the classes could also be delivered in a suitable space with a group of like-minded yoga lovers you could round up from your mothers’ group or friendship/family network.

Phone: 0409 148 418
Address: 2 Rocco Drive, Scoresby or servicing the Eastern Suburbs
More information, visit the Melbourne Kids' Yoga website.


YogaBugs prides itself on being one of the largest children’s yoga-inspired activity centre in Australia, with classes on offer for toddlers and young children.

Yoga movements are delivered as part of a creative storytelling approach, with music and dance that helps your child’s imagination soar.

What You Need To Know

Phone: 0419 767 002
Email: [email protected]
More information, visit the YogaBugs website.

Light Space Yoga

For primary-aged kids keen to find an after-school activity that helps them stay healthy and chill out after an active day at school, two separate class times cater for two separate age groups (5-8 years old and 9-12-year-olds).

The mood is energetic and the moves might be challenging but your children will leave feeling more calm and centred and ready to face a new day. There are also Mums & Bubs yoga classes to give your little one a great stretchy start in life. 

What You Need To Know

Phone: 9857 3644
Email: [email protected]

3 locations
Ivanhoe – Level 1, 174 Upper Heidelberg Road
Balwyn – Level 1, 346 Belmore Road
Mitcham – Level 2, 526 Whitehorse Road

$165 for a 9-week program
More information, visit the Light Space Yoga website.

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