Kula Yoga Kids

Kula Yoga Kids

Kula Yoga Kids Kids Aerial Yoga

Kids Aerial Yoga

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Kula Yoga Kids


Kula Yoga Kids Kids Aerial Yoga
Ages

7 - 11 yrs

Adult participation optional
Dates

Tue, Jan 17, 2023 - Feb 28, 2023

4 classes remaining
Time

4:00pm - 5:00pm EST

Location

107 Magnolia St, New Smyrna Beach, FL 32168

Instructor

Michele F.

Capacity

10 students


Class Experience

Kids Aerial Yoga with Michele of Flying Beach Yoga is a class designed to empower and uplift kids to their highest authentic selves. Using the colorful hammocks, we develop increased proprioception of where our bodies are in time and space in relation to the earth. The aerial yoga practice is powerful for kids in building self awareness, self confidence, and strength in a fun environment. Kids need to bring a yoga mat and wear comfortable clothing that does not have buttons or zippers as it can rip the fabric. (Also no jewelry). Their adults are welcome to stay or go during the class. Space is limited to 10 so pre-registration is required. Ages 7 and up.

Other Things To Know

Adult Participation
Optional.

Parents can choose to stay and watch or they may leave for the class, it's totally up to the child and parent.

Holiday Schedule
See Schedule
Cancellation Policy

Since this class is limited to only 10 kids, we cannot offer refunds for missed classes in the series as the hammock is already reserved for your child.  


What To Bring

  • Yoga Mat
  • Water Bottle
  • Comfortable clothing that does not have buttons or zippers as it can rip the fabric. (Also no jewelry). 

Kula Yoga Kids Location

Kula Yoga Studio New Smyrna Beach

107 Magnolia St, New Smyrna Beach, FL 32168


Meet your Instructor

Michele F.

Michele’s classes are fun while therapeutic, informational and experiential in nature. Each session is a guided journey through the body, using the breath, and inviting the mind to align, creating union of the three. She loves teaching both aerial yoga & kids yoga as they are practices of connecting to the inner child within us all, inviting play and joy in, lighting the path to our own divinity. For it is not a matter of if magic exists or not, it’s that we search.