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Little Yogis

Kidspace offers this new 4-week class for ages 3 to 5 years old for a fun and imaginative way to stretch, relax, and play with your child. By focusing on balance, coordination, and body awareness, children will develop confidence, creativity, and cooperation through interactive movements with their caregiver. Storybooks, music, and nature are all incorporated into the curriculum, inspiring children to express themselves in creative ways using their whole body.

Little Yogis

Mondays, September 12th to October 3rd, 2016 

2:00 to 3:00pm  




  • 1871 Each session is 4 weeks
  • Class appropriate for ages 3 to 5 only
  • $60 per child
  • No make-ups for missed classes (One class will be on Labor Day)
  • Child must be accompanied by an adult caregiver
  • Class requires active, physical participation from each caregiver attending with their child
  • Yoga mats are provided
  • Both child and adult are encouraged to wear clothes that you can be active in
  • All classes are non-refundable
  • Parent Orientation is mandatory

Why Yoga is Good for Kids


  • Builds self-esteem and self-respect
  • 1881 Promotes physical strength by using all of your muscles in new ways
  • Helps build energy and stamina
  • Can be calming and reduce stress
  • Is non-competitive
  • Encourages children to be less judgmental and accepting of each other’s differences
  • Can greatly improve internal health
  • Promotes physical (coordination) and mental balance
  • Can help children’s ability to focus and concentrate
  • Promotes body awareness
  • It’s FUN
  • Increases flexibility
  • Develops creative thinking skills
  • Improves posture
  • Teaches how to turn challenges into opportunities
  • Promotes kindness and sharing

Moving and Learning

Did you know that we have more than just the five senses they teach you about in school (sight, sound, smell, taste, and touch)? Learn about two important senses that are crucial to our physical development, the vestibular system (sense of balance) and the proprioceptive sense (our intuitive sense of space and position). Follow the link below to take a look at these two not-so-well-known senses. LEARN MORE

Gross Motor Preschool Milestones 3 years to 5 years

Click HERE for a general outline of the development of gross motor skills during the preschool years. 



Class will be taught by Kidspace’s very own Early Childhood Specialist, Amber Rhodes. Amber received her training by Shana Meyerson and is a certified mini yogis teacher with


Kidspace Early Learner Programs are Sponsored by ScholarShare.