Yoga Parties!

Kids Yoga Cornwall now offer fun and unique parties for children celebrating their birthdays!
A typical Kids Yoga Cornwall party takes children on magical adventures using the power of storytelling, imagination, and moves inspired by yoga! Once your child has been on their adventure they can unwind with a selection of fun party games and then finish off with a short relaxation time, so everyone can go home feeling calm and chilled.


There are a wide range of themes available that can be tailored to suit your child’s interests and hobbies. Kids Yoga Cornwall parties are flexible, whether it’s a specific time or size of party we can accommodate your needs.


Make your little Yogi’s birthday extra special with a Kids Yoga Cornwall party!

Please check our prices page for cost.

Relaxation 

 ☘Happy St Patrick’s Day☘
 Today why not be a rainbow 🌈

This is one of our yogis favourite guided relaxations. We have a different one at the end of each fun filled class! 

The yogis call it “blanket time”. We snuggle down with soft blanket, close our eyes, slow our breathing and relax.

Be A Rainbow

Red: You are strong & safe

Orange: You are happy & playful 

Yellow: You are proud & confident

Green: You are kind & caring

Blue: You are honest & truthful 

Indigo: You are clever and creative

Violet: You are a good friend

Relax and close your eyes and go inside. Slow down your breathing… sigh, ahhh… let go and melt into the floor.

Imagine you are walking down a beautiful path. A storm is clearing and you see a rainbow. Stand under it and let its warm, bright light fill you with happiness.

You are connected to all life. You are a rainbow too. ❤️💛💚💙💜

  • Yoga Pretzels, Baron Baptiste 

Namasté 🙏

Gratitude

   
Our theme this month in class is gratitude. This is a wonderful opportunity to talk to the little yogis about family, friends, sharing, giving and receiving.

“Gratitude is the single most important ingredient to living a successful and fufilled life”          Jack Canfield 

I am very conscious that my family is very privileged. We live in a safe place, in a comfortable home, where we have healthy food and access to a quality education. I hope by talking to the yogis, and learning about gratefulness, they see and appreciate the fortunate lives we lead.

Learning about gratitude can come from discussion, reading books, doing related kids activities and sending thank you cards. It can also come from doing breathing techniques and practicing yoga poses. Gratitude can be intergrated into our thoughts, words and actions, ultimately becoming part of our lifestyle. 

Disscusions in class this month will focus on what we are grateful for in our day, like: “What a beautiful sunny day. We are so grateful to live here”. Or ” Wasn’t our friend kind to bring us some cake. What a lovely thing to do”. By pointing out the beauty in our lives, we show how to be grateful for experiences, not just what we own. We hope to instill the practice of thinking carefully about things we desire versus things we need. We can alter our speech to include “would like” instead of “want”. We disscuss what happens when we outgrow clothes and toys, we talk about passing on the goods to another child or charity. We talk about not wasting food and composting. 

The power of gratitude is transformative for everyone, so ask your little yogi every day what they are grateful for and see what beautiful answers they come up with, share with them what you are grateful for in your life. It can be the smallest thing to the biggest. We all have so much to be grateful for. 

Namasté