Foundations: Introduction to Yoga for Youth (Training)

  • Foundation: Introduction to Yoga for Youth
    February 29, 2020 - March 1, 2020
    9:00 am - 5:30 pm

Introduction to Yogiños: Yoga for Youth®

  • Introduction to the theories and practices that serve as our foundation of teaching yoga to families and youth of all ages in a variety of settings including the 8 limbs of yoga, multiple intelligences, select educational theories and practices;
  • Discussions featuring research-based age development, neuroscience, social media, implicit bias, inclusion, equity, diversity and race;
  • Weekend of transformational demonstrations and activities with your friends, colleagues, and Yogiños Leaders;
  • Interactive experiences facilitating and demonstrating team-building, cooperation, antibullying and tolerance;
  • Information and opportunities about starting your own kids yoga business;
  • Yogiños: Yoga for Youth® Curriculum eManual with educational and yoga philosophies, trilingual charts, class ideas, basic pose lists, instructions and information designed specifically for youth of all abilities and needs;
  • A to Z Bilingual eBook of Poses;
  • Wholesale discounts on our t-shirts, music CDs, posters, books, and stamps before and during the weekend session;
  • eCommunication and OHMinar sessions with Elizabeth B. Reese, Ph.D., RYT, RCYT, and Yogiños Leaders

As a result of this program, we believe participants will be able to:

  • Conceive, design and teach an OHMazing® theme-based Yogiños: Yoga for Youth® kids yoga clas
  • Practice and teach all 8 Limbs of Yoga, including poses (asana) and breathing (pranayama
  • Understand and use age-appropriate and safe forms of yoga, including games and related activities, to engage kids physically, emotionally, and mentally
  • Modify lessons for various audiences and age groups
  • Learn, practice and weave multiple languages and intelligences into your yoga for kids class
  • Use yoga for kids as a means to teach tools and techniques to empower youth and adults who work with them to disrupt habitual reactions and instead curate compassionate responses.


4600 Bissonnet, Bellaire, Texas, 77401, United States

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