26 Sep2012September 26, 2012
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Kids Dance Teacher Training Oct. 6th, with Creative Dance Kids ~ Compliments Kids Yoga!

Announcing the Inaugural “Kids Dance Teacher Training – HIP HOP”… Oct. 6th from 12-3.  Space is limited, so please RSVP, ASAP.  If you’re not a dancer and wondering why you’ve received this invitation, well, aside from being very special, we hope you’ll share this invitation with your networks.  Share, share, share…!  We will be hiring...

21 Sep2012September 21, 2012
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Peace Day and Kids Yoga (Video)

The International Day of Peace was established in 1981 by resolution 36/67 of the United Nations General Assembly to coincide with its opening session, which was held annually on the third Tuesday of September. The first Peace Day was observed in September 1982. In 2001, the General Assembly by unanimous vote adopted resolution 55/282 ,...

19 Sep2012September 19, 2012
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Be Your Best Self: Yoga for Families

Be Your Best Self: Yoga for Families It’s dinner time,–you just got home from work and the kids are hungry. The stress level starts to climb; you are struggling to breathe. The kids’ voices are louder, chaos is building. The piles of mail and obvious clutter feels like it swallows you up. You may be...

10 Sep2012September 10, 2012
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Wild and Bright ~ A six Week Journey for Kids ~ Yoga and so much more…

I recently found out about this from a friend of mine of facebook, are we connected? “Like” our fan page here. Wild and Bright  Be your wildest and brightest self! 9-12 year olds are invited on this 6-week journey of self-exploration and personal expression. Each week, young people will learn new ways to connect with...

05 Sep2012September 5, 2012
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My Passion for Kids Yoga ~ Guest Blogger ~

What are your passions? Everyone has passion right, whether they know it or trying to find it, it’s there! For as long as I can remember, helping others have more fun, smile, and a better future, especially children, has been one of my passions for as long as I can remember! I guess that’s why...