Monthly family yoga classes
Saturdays March 30, April 13, May 18
+2- 7 years old & adults
Positivity Centre, Nashdom Lane, Burnham SL1 8NJ, near Cliveden
Cost – Buy one ticket per person little or big £5 each
Themes to classes, parties and schools
Sea Life Safari, Jungle Journey, Curious Cats, Hairy Bears, Mini Beasts, Serengeti Safari, Feathered Friends
Online booking https://bookwhen.com/yogababes
Email : email@example.com Text 07505 147957
Cecile & Paul have opened up this cafe, art studio and shop. They normally open up the cafe ( drinks) before and after the classes. It is full of eco products, and gifts made by local artists. It also hosts many different type of yoga classes, retreats, healing arts and events. Positivity Studio and Cafe link.
Address: Nashdom Lane, Burnham SL1 8NJ 5 minutes from Cliveden and The Feathers Pub.
You can book online to reserve your places for the next class. You scroll down to the date you want and click. Book a ticket for each member of the family £5 each. ONLINE BOOKING. You can cancel your class with at least 48 hours notice and we can book you in on another date. Often I can find someone else to take your place, if you give me enough time to organise it. I can’t refund but you can have someone take your space. Let me know on the day too as sometimes there are people on the waiting list. If you cancel online the first one on the waiting list will be informed rather waiting for me.
Ideally so you do not feel over stretched and can give your child the best attention, the best ratio is one child to one but that is often not possible. I will do my best to help you out, bringing an extra adult can really help you not to feel so frazzled. it is an active class but many people bring 2 kids.
Plenty of free parking and areas to run around if you arrive early.
My name is Tara and over the past 17 years of teaching yoga, I have had the privilege of yoga-ing with hundreds of new mothers and their babies through my post-natal YogaBabes classes. Eventually the parents go back to work and kiddies are off to nursery . So it seems only natural to continue a yoga journey as a family.
I regard myself as a playful person who loves to roll around and play with children, for me this part of parenthood has been very natural. My teenage girls still enjoy feet , head and back rubs and a good wrestle. It has been be such a valuable mood changer and an easy loving way to give ( time and space permitting ) and extend this to the rest of my family and friends. I may not of given them the gift of art or music but play and massage I have excelled in!
Family Acro Yoga appeals to families that want to discover other ways to play. Yoga Play is the first thing I do in the presence of young children, it is a great icebreaker and it so much more interesting than sitting. My youngest daughter now has me balance on her, how the clocks change!
In these family yoga classes you get to experience and practice bringing more play, calm, and physical affection into your family home. Children often don’t need the latest toy, or a distraction of a gadget, what they crave is touch and one to one time.
So whether play and massage comes natural to you or not, in this hour you have put everything else aside and say to your kids ‘ let’s go and have an animal yoga adventure’!