Kids Yoga


Kids Yoga is a wonderful way for children to gain body awareness and self regulate their emotions. 

Kids Yoga Classes

Kids yoga is a beautiful way for kids to learn to develop body awareness, gain coordination, balance and strength. These classes build resilience and allow children to develop self regulation skills and emotional awareness. Not only do kids learn these life skills they also get to be CREATIVE, PLAY and have FUN! One of the best reasons Verity Yoga loves teaching Yoga to Kids!

Verity Yoga runs two kids yoga classes. Busy Bee Kids Yoga for children aged 5 to 8 years old, and Creative Kids Yoga for 9 to 12 years old. Bookings are essential as the classes are kept small.

Where we hold Kids Yoga Classes

This class is held in a new Community Center in the Providence Estate in South Ripley. The room is air conditioned and classes are kept small to ensure a more personalised feel with plenty of room for the children to move around.

Group classes coming soon.

Upcoming Classes for Kids Yoga

There are no upcoming classes. For all other classes please see below.

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Benefits of Kids Yoga

Children learn to develop body awareness, gain coordination, balance and strength in a fun, non competitive environment. They will build friendships while having a good time. Children are taught self regulation skills and emotional awareness through movement, breath and meditation. 

More Information

Common questions about Kids Yoga. 

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What ages can attend Kids Yoga?

These classes are designed for 5 to 12 year olds and are split into two classes. 5-8 year olds and 9-12 year olds.

Are parents in the room with the children?

Parents are asked to wait outside the room or at the cafe next to the Community Centre. 

What do the children need to bring?

Children need to wear comfortable clothes that are easy to move and stretch in and a water bottle. No shoes are worn during yoga classes.


“All that we are is the result of what we have thought. The mind is everything. What we think we become.” Buddha

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