Regular classes

Each week we hold weekly classes during term time. These are split into different age groups. 
3-7 Years – Saturday morning 9:45-10:30am @ The Moulton Community Centre
8-12 Years – Thursday evening 6-7pm @ The Moulton Community Centre
Rites of Passage – Monday evening 5:30-6:30pm @ Sol Haven Yurt Moulton
It is in these classes that the children are able to interact with others of a similar age and take part in a Yoga class that is suited to this age group. 
3-7 Years uses stories, games, songs, crafts, props and resources that help to create a stimulating and interactive adventure, as we explore our bodies as we open up, understand and nurture our emotions. 
8-12 Years uses partner and group poses to build a sense of community, allowing us to build strong friendships where we feel safe to explore Yoga a little deeper. We still use stories, games and props, as well as crafts and project work. 
Rites of Passage is a class for Tween/Teen girls, focusing on the changes within their bodies.  It brings a sense of sisterhood and the comfort of new friendships to break down barriers, as we explore Yoga, meditation and sound healing to bring in a better understanding, love and compassion for ourselves. 
Karma Kids Yoga Therapy helps children to discover the tools they can use in their everyday lives to bring peace and stillness to their body, mind and soul in a world increasingly full of expectations, targets and stress.

Each child is an individual with differing aims and aspirations. We choose to embrace these differences and encourage, nurture and develop them to be ‘the best that they can be’.

At Karma Kids Yoga Therapy, we practice yoga poses and breathing exercises to promote:

• Physical Strength and Flexibility
• Concentration, Focus and Attention
• Inner Strength, Body Awareness and Mindfulness
• Confidence and Self-esteem
• Relaxation, Breathing and Self-control
• A Feeling of Well-being and Respect for Others
• Love for One’s Self, Inside and Out

‘Karma Kids Yoga Therapy’ is about inclusion for all. We are constantly finessing and evolving our delivery/methods so that we teach according to the needs of each child rather than delivering a uniform approach. 
 (Can we remove the larger circle pic in front of the candles?) 

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