We are super excited to have booked in our Garden Yoga Sessions for 2023.
They will take place on 4 consecutive Wednesdays in August - 10.30am-11.45am.
See below for further information and book using the relevant green button.
We look forward to meeting this years yoga students!
£12 per session or £40 for a block of 4 sessions.
What age are the sessions suitable for?
For children aged 4-9 years old
What do you do in Kids Garden Yoga sessions?
We tell exciting stories using yoga postures, exploring a variety of themes, whilst enjoying the beautiful gardens and taking in the nature around us!
Where do the sessions take place?
Olden Community Garden, Whistler Street, N5 1NH
What dates are the sessions taking place?
4 consecutive Wednesdays - August 9th, 16th, 23rd and 30th 2023
Do I have to pay for all 4 sessions?
No your child can attend as little as 1 of the sessions and as many as all 4! We offer a discounted price when you book a block of 4 sessions.
How much do the sessions cost?
£12 per session or £40 for a block booking of all 4 sessions. Please see terms and conditions for payment, refunds and exchange policies
What time will the sessions be?
You can drop your child off at the gardens from 10.30am. The yoga will begin at 10.45am and collection is at 11.45am.
Will these sessions be drop-off sessions?
Yes, you are free to drop your child off and grab a coffee whilst we have fun on our yoga adventure. However should you wish to make yourself a tea/coffee in the garden house at Olden Gardens you would be most welcome to do so! We just ask that you avoid coming onto the lawn and keep the noise levels to a minimum so as not to interrupt the class and we ask kindly that you wash up your cup after use
Will my child need to bring their own mat?
No, we will provide all of the yoga mats and any extra resources required for the session. All mats and resources will be cleaned between each class
How long are the sessions?
1 hour, split up into a warm up, the main adventure part of the story and finishing with a short relaxation. We then follow up the session with a relevant activity
What if it rains?
We will not cancel the session unless the weather is really bad. Please dress your children appropriately for the weather including sun cream and a hat if it is warm/hot. You will be notified via text and email with as much notice as is possible if the session is cancelled. If a session is cancelled due to adverse weather conditions we will add in another session. If you are unable to make this session we will credit you another class
Can I receive a refund for missed classes?
No, unfortunately you will not be able to get a refund for missed classes. Please make sure you know the dates (mentioned above) before booking. Please see our full Terms and Conditions for more information on payment
Why should my child do Kids Yoga?
The benefits of Kids Yoga are:
developing coordination (physical and spacial awareness)
encouraging healthier sleep patterns
reducing stress and anxiety
building awareness of feelings
developing skills in self regulation and channelling of energy
developing imagination and communication skills
developing critical thinking
developing the ability to talk about feelings
enabling all children to feel valued and accepted
What should I do if the spaces have sold out?
We only allow 10 children to attend each session, this is to ensure your child is safe and that they get the most out of the sessions. Please get in touch if you want your child to go onto our waiting list. To ensure you do not miss out on any new and upcoming events you can sign up to our newsletter below
WHAT PEOPLE SAY
Parent, School Yoga
"James was really excited about it and was showing me the moves, he really liked the session and liked that there were stories with it!
Child age 7
"I liked the yoga because I like stretching and feeling positive"
Parent, School Yoga
Baldur was telling me this evening that his class did yoga and he absolutely loved it. He told me about it in great detail, which is unusual as he tends to be rather cryptic when it comes to recounting what he gets up to at school. You seem to have made quite the impression!