WHY YOGA FOR KIDS?
Learning yoga tools at a young age can be instrumental to a child's social, emotional, physical, and cognitive development. We offer classes that expose children of varying ages to yoga in a manner that they can understand—and have fun, too!
The many benefits of yoga include:
DUE TO COVID-19, IN PERSON CLASSES ARE CANCELLED
FAMILY, BIRTHDAY PARTY, AND SMALL GROUP ZOOM CLASSES ARE AVAILABLE
IN PERSON CLASSES WILL RESUME IN HUMMELSTOWN AND ANNVILLE WHEN SAFE TO DO SO
YOUR BREATH IS YOUR SUPER POWER: BREATHING WORKSHOP
FOR KIDS AGES 9-11!
Brownstone Station Wellness Center
320 E 2nd St, Hummelstown
Sunday, January 19th, 2020
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
You don’t need a cape or a mask to be a super hero! By learning how to tune in and focus on your breath, kids can discover their innate super ability to self-regulate because being in Control of your emotions truly is a Super Power!
In This Child Friendly Fun Pranayama Class, Students Will:
(10% off additional child/ren from the same family)
Registration Deadline: January 13, 2020
Download the Registration Form below and mail with payment to the address on the form
You can Register online at Ticketleap:
(credit card processing fee applied at checkout)
2020 SUMMER FUN YOGA AT STACEY'S GAZEBO IN MT. GRETNA
Kindergarten - 6th Grade
10:00 am - 10:45 am
Dates to be Determined
Bring your child out to Mt. Gretna to enjoy a themed yoga class!
Cost for classes is...free! The classes are graciously sponsored by the Mount Gretna Board of Managers!
Please bring a towel or yoga mat and a water bottle. A limited number of yoga mats will be available.
No Registration Necessary!
REGISTRATION AND MORE
(YOGA FOR KIDS COMES TO YOU!)
Professional Development for Schools and Other Organizations
The ABCs of Teacher Self Care: An Introduction to Yoga and Mindfulness as a Support for Wellness in Education
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR
Pat Steely, M.Ed
Pat is a retired Special Education Teacher. She is the owner of Yoga for Kids, LLC and she offers classes to children at various locations. Pat also provides private yoga therapy in the home setting and multisensory yoga instruction to Adults with Developmental Disabilities. Prior to teaching special education, Pat cared for her family and worked part-time in the Mental Health Field. She is a certified ChildLight® Yoga Instructor and a former Yoga 4 Classrooms® Trainer. She has been practicing yoga since 1998. Meditation has always been a part of her life since being introduced to the Practice by her older brother when she was a teenager. She blends her knowledge of child development and mindfulness education in her work.
Pat practiced yoga daily with her students in her Emotional Support Classroom and saw firsthand the calming effects yoga postures, breathwork, self awareness, positive affirmations, and relaxation can have on children. She is thrilled to be able to introduce yoga and mindfulness practices directly to children in a fun and therapeutic manner. Pat believes children have an innate ability to live joyfully and wholly in the present moment and she views yoga as a wonderful tool to help children maintain that capacity for joyful living well into their adult lives.
When not on the mat or presenting at workshops, Pat can be found writing fun yoga lesson plans, volunteering, gardening, hiking, and backpacking along the Appalachian Trail.