The Ravenna Athletic Center (RAC) Kids Yoga Camp offers activities for youth ages 8 to 14. The camp is designed to teach kids how to love, trust, respect and connect with themselves, their peers and the earth through team building, sustainability, meditation, yoga and art. Participants will need a yoga mat, comfortable shoes and a water bottle.
2 Sessions Available!
Session #1: July 15-19, 2019
Session #2: August 5-9, 2019
Fee: Only $25 per week
Registration is now open!
Visit Ravennaparksandrec.com or call 330-296-2864 today!
Join me the last Thursday of every month for a new class at the Ravenna Athletic Center. Class begins at 6:15pm. Call the RAC at 330-298-1201 for more information.
Description: Yoga by candlelight is a nourishing way to end the day. Relax, unwind, and relieve tension in the body, heart, and mind. This 1 hour class is suitable for all levels and includes breathing and relaxation exercises.
Registration is now open for a new yoga series at the Ravenna Athletic Center. Parents and their little ones are welcome to join me at 11am every Saturday in February for Mini Me Kids Yoga. Space is limited. Call 330-296-2864 to register.
SPECIAL: Attend the demo on January 27th and receive a $5 off coupon for the 4-week session.
Class Description: As an introduction to yoga for parents and young children, we will experience a playful practice with partner poses, breathing exercises, and visual techniques. This class is recommended for children 3-7 with a parent or grandparent.
Registration is now open for a new yoga series at the Ravenna Athletic Center. Parents, kids and teddy bears are welcome to join me at 11am every Saturday in January for Yoga Bear Family Yoga. Space is limited. Call 330-296-2864 to register.
Class description: All ages and levels come together to experience a playful practice where we improve strength, flexibility and coordination. We will learn how to focus and center ourselves with various breathing and visual techniques. This class is recommended for children ages 5 to 12 with parent.
A new beginning can start with the simplest of things like a yoga mat. For some, it marks a change to a healthier lifestyle. For others, who are open to learning a lesson or two, a simple yoga tool can turn into an emotional mind-boggling light-bulb moment.
stuck in a rut watching how yoga develops off the mat. I haven’t been to a class in far too long (throw in excuses here) and my body is feeling the effects of not making time to practice at home (more excuses go here).
“Clean yoga mat” has been on my to do list for weeks now. It didn’t need the typical mat wipe down after class. My mat needed a deep cleaning.
The day finally came when I scrubbed down the tub and threw in the mat. As I washed away dirt and grime, memories surfaced…buying the mat, the studios it visited, all the sweat it absorbed, smells of each studio, teachers, friends, and how I’ve changed since it came into my life almost a year ago.
I needed that moment to clean the slate and start over. Feeling refreshed, the mat and I are ready to begin again.
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