Youth Yoga

IMG_3852_2IMG_4442Elementary classes registering in
September for Fall 2017!
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ontact me at hello@fueledbyyoga.com for more information.

We believe that ALL kids should have access to the play and power of yoga.  Fueled by Yoga provides yoga instruction to Seattle-area kids with a focus low-cost, before & after-school programs that enrich school environments.  By participating in yoga and relaxation practices, children cultivate body awareness, self-regulation, social interaction, increase their self-esteem and develop tools to deal with stress and anxiety. By creating the foundation for more confident, empowered and compassionate children, we will achieve our goal: we want the next generation to be fueled by yoga to live healthy and be well.

Fueled by Yoga has had the honor to work with the following elementary schools:

  • BF Day
  • Cascadia
  • Catharine Blaine
  • Decatur
  • McDonald International
  • View Ridge
  • West Woodland

For any of the above school registrations, contact me at hello@fueledbyyoga.com for more information.

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Here’s what parents + kids are saying:

“My daughter said she felt peaceful and relaxed when she started the day today (without any prompting on my part), which warms my heart!  Thanks for teaching today.” – View Ridge parent, April 2017

“Heather, wanted to let you know that my girls had a fantastic time doing yoga with you today!  Thanks so much!” ~ West Woodland parent, January 2017

 “We very happy with Lily’s continued interest in yoga.  She said yoga class helps her relax 🙂  Thank you!” ~ McDonald International parent, December 2016

“Funny story: Freddie told me as he got to school this morning that he thinks he should take yoga for the rest of his life. I said that sounded like a very wise thing to do :)” ~ McDonald International parent, March 2015

“Yoga class is great!  It’s the best class I have that’s part of school.” ~ Sefira, 1st grade

“The relaxation tips you teach us really helped me with the stress of my spelling bee competition.” ~ Vanessa, 4th grade