Yoga classes for kids age 3 to 11 years based in St. Albans, Hertfordshire


Karma Kids
 takes traditional yoga postures and approaches them through the eyes of a child.

We tell stories, go on adventures and discover and learn endless paths that our bodies and minds can unravel for us.

Hi, I’m Claire

I’m a local mum and have a passion for working with children.

I am a fully qualified children’s yoga teacher, gained through an inspiring course run by Bryony Duckett of YogaBeeZ, recognised and accredited by the Yoga Alliance.

Alongside the physical exercise, I also dedicate an equal amount of attention to the mindful practice that yoga promotes. This involves nurturing the intellectual, social, emotional and spiritual aspects of our minds.

Read my story here…

To get in touch, either email me at hello@karmakidsyoga.co.uk or call me for a chat on 07855 375939.

The Benefits of Yoga for Children

Strength Building

Improves posture, flexibility, strength, balance and coordination

Respect

Learn to respect themselves, others and the world around them

Life Goals

Encourages positive thinking & builds a foundation for lifelong well-being

Improving Grades

Provides techniques to quiet the mind and sharpen focus and concentration

Relax & Refresh

Teaches relaxation and stress management for school and at home

Effective Help

Offers effective help for learning disorders, hyperactivity, stress and lack of exercise

Yoga increases self-confidence in children, and most importantly, is LOTS OF FUN!

For more details on how children can gain lifelong tools, click here.

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The benfits of yoga for children

Improves posture, flexibility, strength, balance and coordination Cope with stress more effectively Relax and sleep better Learn to respect themselves, others and the world around them Explore their imagination Provides techniques to quiet the mind and sharpen focus...

Loving ourselves

Today the theme revolved around Valentines Day. We love giving cards/flowers/presents and making other people smile but do we ever stop to think about ourselves? Whilst sitting in circle time, I ask the kids to name one thing that they loved. There were various...

First class of the new term

Today was the first class after the Summer break. It is alway so hard to get back into a routine especially when the class starts at 9 on a Saturday morning! I had 2 very special children in my class today - Lexi and Alfie. Both amazing kids who are so full of energy....