“Recent research suggests that #mindfulness practices such as yoga are especially beneficial in school settings, as they help students manage stress and anxiety and boost their potential to focus and perform.” ❤ I am pleased to announce that a New Six Week Summer Workshop begins June 15th and will be held on Wednesday evenings and …READ MORE
I am excited to announce Kids Yoga Classes to start in September in Wakefield!!
You are going to Love Journey to the Soul Wellness Center!
24 Salt Pond Rd B1, Wakefield, Rhode Island 02879
“If we are to teach real peace in this world, and if we are to carry on a real war against war, we shall have to begin with the children.” GandhiREAD MORE
Are you ready to empower your kids to learn?? Yoga and meditation will help your kids learn about three critical life skills to develop super confidence……….READ MORE
EMBODY LOVE WORKSHOP™ is a 2-3 hour transformational workshop for teens and women that takes participants on a journey toward self-acceptance. The goal is for women to set new intentions about how they feel, think, and speak to themselves and others. Participants are offered the opportunity to engage in process exercises in which they explore …READ MORE
Just in time for the Holidays! They’re Here!READ MORE
As a New Year is beginning; Stay tuned for upcoming Class Schedule places and Times; and Specials!!!….I wish you and Yours A Happy Prosperous New Year, and look forward to seeing you all in 2017!! XOXO,
If there is one thing I learned Since Becoming a Childrens’ Yoga Instructor, it is this: Children are capable of much more than we think they are, and if given the right environment they will excel beyond our belief.READ MORE
During yoga class today we had a Special Guest Kian Xie who taught the kids the beginning basics of how to drum, how to hold the energy of the pose with drumming, and then led us through Sivasana with his drumming!!READ MORE
Yoga Tricks for Kids:
To calm down Teach your toddler to inhale deeply, then exhale “Mooo” (as a cow), “Bzzz” (bee), or “Baaahh” (sheep).
To get sleepy Ask your child to close his eyes and imagine he’s on a fluffy cloud floating in the sky or on an ice cube melting. He won’t even know he’s meditating and will be drifting off before you know it.
To improve mood Bring your kid into child’s pose by asking her to roll up in a ball facedown as if she were an egg. Cover with a blanket. Press your hands gently but firmly down her spine as you ask, “I wonder what my baby will look like?” Pretend she’s a dinosaur or a chick, or anything, really — just make a big fuss when she cracks a “claw” out from under the covers.