Springtime Family Yoga with Danielle Gismondi M.Ed, RYT-200
Join Danielle as you explore yoga with your family! This springtime 4 week series focuses on connections with your child and your child’s peers, and will work around the theme of growth. Root down like a tree, wag your tail like a dog, and row your own boat! Be prepared for:
- Partner yoga
- Thai massage
- Breathwork and calming techniques
Yoga reduces stress, anxiety, and depression and increases focus and happiness and can be a wonderful way to connect with your child.
Appropriate for children ages 3-6, but infants are welcome to hang as well.
Please email danielle[email protected] for more information or for questions about the age of your child and their interest and ability for this class.
Yoga for Kids with Danielle Gismondi M.Ed. RYT-200
Is your child ready for their own yoga class? This is the one to try! In this drop-off class, kids practice yoga together. Still including elements of family yoga, we will explore yoga through character traits of some of the Hindu deities, as well as learning the stories behind the asana (poses). Basic precepts of the 8 Limbed Path of yoga will be broken down for young children. Your child will:
- Practice social emotional skills
- Learn self-regulation techniques
- Invite kindness and gratitude into their lives
- Practice non-harming
All of this is possible through the physical practice of yoga. There will also be time for children to dance, write, draw, listen to stories, learn thai massage and partner yoga.
Appropriate for children aged 7-11, but feel free to contact Danielle at danielle[email protected], if you have a child out of the age range that you think would be totally engaged.
Danielle comes to Tasha Yoga as a longtime student of yoga and early childhood education and development. Certified to teach Hatha yoga in 2006, Danielle has married her passion of working with children and teaching yoga to create dynamic, fun, and practical classes for children and families. From her experience of teaching children from all backgrounds, including those experiencing trauma, she brings a deep understanding of childhood development, and a reverence for the importance of play and exploration. She will meet your child where he or she is at and welcomes questions about development, yoga and the importance of social emotional skills for children. Join her this spring for thoughtful programming geared toward your child’s physical, emotional and energetic development!