Yoga Classes in Dublin for Kids
The Elbow Room offers creative yoga
classes designed to stimulate children’s imagination, maintain their natural flexibility and teach them to breathe correctly. Children’s Yoga classes combine exciting adventures with songs, stories and relaxation techniques.
⌂ 32 North Brunswick Street, Stoneybatter, Dublin 7
Ashtanga Yoga Dublin offers kids yoga classes for children aged between 6 and 10 years. Classes take place on Wednesdays at 3pm and run for 45 mins for 6-8 year olds, and for 1 hour for 9-10 years.
⌂ Idrone Lane, rear 16 Main St., Blackrock, Co. Dublin
With Yoga, kids learn techniques for self-health and relaxation. It encourages self-esteem and body awareness and it fosters co-operation and compassion. Balance Ireland offers yoga classes to kids aged 5-9 years every Wednesday.
⌂ 1st Floor ABCD, 40 Lower Drumcondra Road, Dublin 9
Hot Yoga Dublin offers yoga classes to kids & Preteen aged 6-13 years. Classes are 45 minutes long and carried out in a Non-Heated (will be at room temperature) Room. All yoga mats and props will be supplied for the children.
⌂ Unit 5, Block 4, Burnell Green,
Northern Cross, Malahide Road, Dublin 17
Anna’s children’s yoga classes create a fun and safe place for your child to enjoy themselves and learn practical tools to help them in today’s busy and sometime confusing world. Anna uses games, dance, stories and movement to allow your child to express themselves while also learning how to become body and mind aware. Through breath work the children learn how to cope with stressful situations; through talking circles they learn how to communicate, and through movement they learn how to become body aware and confident. While all the time having lots of fun. Wednesday’s 2.45pm – 3.45pm. From 5 years and up.
⌂ The Fumbally Stables, Fumbally Lane, Dublin 8
Children’s Yoga With Anna
Yoga for kids is for children aged 3 years and up. Classes generally work best divided up into age groups as the needs and interests of kids change. For the little ones, yoga involves lots of stories, singing and make-believe. The slightly bigger kids are able for a little more in terms of yoga poses but we still build it around stories, songs and games. For preteen children, yoga can be a great balance and help for other sports they might play. They can really start to build up an appreciation of what their bodies can do and how good it feels to move and stretch.
⌂ St. Paul’s Parish Centre, Silchester Rd, Glenageary, Co. Dublin