Calm & Confident Kids, Healthy Families
In today’s high-speed, media-saturated, over-scheduled world, creating a happy, healthy home life can be a challenge. But it’s one that families are meeting successfully with Yoga Calm.
Our unique blend of physical yoga and mindfulness activities nurture the social and emotional skills that children need to thrive.
It helps kids develop physical fitness, emotional intelligence and healthy habits for a lifetime.
It fosters resilience, imagination, confidence, focus and self-control — key traits for keeping balance in a world of rapid change and flux.
As their children develop those traits, parents happily report better, more respectful behavior. Less “discipline.” More mindfulness. Less stress. A much calmer and more positive home.
Originally developed for classroom use, Yoga Calm helps kids get ready to learn and integrate new experiences and knowledge.
Homeschoolers love how easily it fits with lessons and other activities. And it’s great for kids with special needs, including ADHD, autism, and anxiety.
Parents say Yoga Calm provides a way for the whole family to have healthy fun together and connect with other like-minded families. And by establishing their own yoga practice, they’re more able to deal with the demands of modern family life.
Scroll down to learn more about how Yoga Calm can help you help your children become their own best selves — academically, physically, socially, and emotionally.
The Yoga Calm Community
There has never been a more important time for our mission of supporting a worldwide culture of wellness where children and their families thrive physically, mentally and emotionally. Parents love how Yoga Calm helps to meet their children’s needs for community, safety, structure, discipline, health and self-control. It is exercise for the body, mind and heart!
Yoga Calm has Changed My Life
I started teaching classes in the preschool where I was the Assistant Director and ended up starting my own business! It’s also helped me in working with my very active son, giving us tools to calm ourselves and teaching us positive ways to communicate our feelings to each other. As a single mom, I so value that – especially during those stressful times!
Wow, What a Terrific Course!
I love the way that everything you do is so connected and purposeful as it is grounded in the Yoga Calm principles. One of my favourite quotes from your course is, ‘it’s not about how well they do the pose, but becoming more aware of themselves in the world, their gifts and how to make the world a better place’.
Our Entire Family Benefits!
One day after Yoga Calm class, my son blurted out, “Mommy, I could just cry for joy I love it so much!” Ever since, he asks to do yoga when he needs to re-focus, or uses the breathing he learned to calm himself down. Our entire family benefits!
Yoga Calm gave us techniques to initially help my daughter with her anxiety, but was also a way great way for our family to have fun while learning to control their emotions, set goals and be in touch with their own person.
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