Preschool Yoga

Don’t be pushed around by the fears in your mind. Be led by the dreams in your heart.

Roy T. Bennett

Young minds are learning. They are exploring their environment, discovering their personalities and finding how to navigate their ever changing world. Learning through play is so important for children to develop their unique personalities. Expressing themselves and learning self-acceptance and compassion aids in cultivating happy, healthy young people.

What we teach

Young children have a natural love of nature and wildlife. Most often the family pet, or longing for a furry companion, brings smiles of joy to young faces. It is our goal to foster this love of wildlife and our natural surroundings in the minds of the next generation.

Children will learn:
  • breathing techniques to aid in developing healthy bodies
  • how to focus and concentrate their young minds
  • improved balance and co-ordination through wildlife inspired activities
  • to gain confidence in their physical and mental abilities
  • about the “yuckies” and how they make us feel
  • why “listening to our tummy” helps us to feel happy
  • how to calm their mind and listen to their heart
  • and so much more!

How we teach

Creating fun and interesting activities to engage and stimulate young minds is important for learning at the young age. Developing mindfulness and introducing calm and relaxation is critical for mental and emotional health.

Children will participate in:
  • wildlife stories through yoga
  • creating their own animals poses
  • movement and flow to music with various materials
  • gratitude songs to bring about positivity
  • learning silence is more than quiet
  • self-expression through artistic creations
  • creating their own feelings wheel
  • and so much more!

Please note classes will be conducted outdoors when possible to connect with Mother Nature!

Lachlan decided to do “Mrs. Michelle’s yoga” before school today. It was so awesome to watch, then Everleigh joined in with him. You had a big impact on him! Most of the things he remembers are from your teachings!

Sarah Kerr

Through Michelle, my son was introduced to yoga and storytelling. Michelle is passionate and creative and it is wonderful that Sally the Snake is now available!

Christine Wan

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