The Full of Joy Yoga 20 Hour Kids Yoga training for teaching kids ages 2-11 years old is geared towards parents, teachers, caregivers, OT's, PT's, Yogis and everyone who loves working with children. This training is interactive and comprehensive and will inspire you to bring out your inner yogini.
Mindful Yoga Breaks
Healthy Happy Teachers = Healthy Happy Kids! The Mindful Yoga Breaks curriculum will help teachers bring focus, self-regulation & fun to their classroom while fostering social emotional learning. There are workshops for preschool teachers as well as elementary school teachers.
Seva (or selfless service), is a huge part of why we do this work. Yoga has brought me so much joy, peace & love that I want to share this gift with others in my community and other communities around the world. I support a few organizations that do amazing work- Africa Yoga Project and Yoga Reaches Out. Learn more about these incredible organizations and how you can be of service in your community.
Full of Joy Yoga was started by Lani Rosen-Gallagher in 2004 in response to her struggles with teaching first grade in Brooklyn, NY. The goal of Full of Joy Yoga is to find and create the joy that lives within every child. We go into schools and teach classes, we instruct teachers to use mindfulness & yoga in their classrooms, and we train those who want to teach yoga to the kids in their own life with the FOJY Kids Yoga Teacher Training. Full of Joy Yoga classes help children to develop strong, flexible bodies while cultivating a lifetime of joy, peace & wonder.
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