Top Kid-Friendly Yoga Studios in Metro Atlanta
Yoga is an increasingly popular way for kids to strengthen their bodies and minds. Whether you’re looking for a place to practice with your baby or would like your kids to start taking classes, Atlanta is home to many kid-friendly yoga studios.
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Be Silly classes for ages four to eight teach poses for strength, flexibility, balance and endurance. Buy a series or drop in to also develop self-esteem, concentration and social skills. Marietta.
Atlanta’s only yoga studio just for kids offers age-segmented classes for young kids through teens. Drop in for classes or purchase an entire session. Bonus: the first Saturday of every month is Parents’ Night Out, which includes dinner and movie screening for kids ages 5 and older. Atlanta.
Try family yoga, or classes for littles, tweens and teens at this Decatur spot. Classes focus on traditional poses, breathing exercises and relaxation based on a weekly theme. Drop-ins are welcome; space permitting. Decatur.
Classes for kids include sessions for ages three to five and Mom and baby or Mom and toddler sessions. Classes teaching therapeutic yoga are designed for children with autism, mild cerebral palsy, ADD, ADHD and learning disabilities. Private home sessions are available. Atlanta.
BYOB (Bring Your Own Baby) to yoga and Pilates classes for new moms. Family yoga classes invite kids ages three and older, and include poses, breathing and meditations to do together, based on level. Interactive babysitting is available for all ages, at an hourly rate. Kids three and older can have yoga parties or group retreats here, too. Atlanta.
Grounded Kids classes for kids and tweens include 85 unique poses to center focus and balance. The program incorporates the Mindful Schools curriculum. Marietta.
For ages seven to 12, Grounded Kids classes help develop physical and mental strength and flexibility. Traditional practice includes poses, breathing and relaxation techniques. Chamblee.
Radiant Child Yoga classes for kids ages six and up helps develop strength and flexibility. The program also focuses on developing energy and managing stress in daily life. Atlanta.
Through games and activities, the Kidding Around class for ages six-12 encourages exercise, creative play, relaxation and stress management. A special needs yoga class for ages 12 and older guides students through modified yoga poses, chanting, and a deep relaxation period. Johns Creek.