Explore working both individually and collectively with this fun family yoga class designed for 6-9 year olds.

Thanks so much for this video. With both kids at home now, I am looking for ways to help them move their bodies and include them in my home practice. This us a great way to bring mindfulness into our home during this challenging time. Please upload more family yoga videos!

Devika C.

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Thank you for this video! We are practicing social distancing. Kids can't go to school, dance, anywhere. This video was a great way for the three of us to connect in a healthy way. Our bodies, minds and spirits appreciated this. (mom, 11 year old and 6 year old)

Teresa P.

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My 8 year old and I had a wonderful time practicing this together, thank you for offering this class!

Heather B.

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I did this with my nine year old. We both laughed when doing the family poses, she kept toppling over. A great way to introduce yoga, relax with your child and have a gentle time together.

Marjorie W.

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I have a 7 and 10 year old and they both loved this! I hope to find more they can get involved with!

Elon J.

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It's hard to find family classes for this age group! I am so excited that you posted these videos, and my children are looking forward to building a practice! More please!

Katherine K.

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Absolutely great! More family yoga classes please!

Sara G.

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