Kids Yoga Ages 11-13

By Dauphin County Parks & Recreation (other events)

2 Dates Through Oct 02, 2021

Kids Yoga (Ages 11-13) by Next Generation Yoga with Cindy Lesher

Why is Next Generation Yoga for kids so awesome? Kids not only move their bodies in healthy ways, but they learn self-love, respect for others, consent and so much more! Every Next Generation class is filled with fun things to learn, lots of yoga and creative movements. The benefits for each unique age group are amazing. Kids leave feeling good about themselves, proud of their peers, and with new ways to self-regulate their own emotions.

Expanding minds and maturing bodies come together through independent and group activities that stimulate preteens’ physical strength, emotional balance and self-confidence. Classes integrate traditional Yoga poses, flowing sequences, breathing exercises, deep-relaxation and meditation techniques as well as self-reflection. Students will gain a deeper understanding of the physical and philosophical aspects of Yoga.

  • Participants should wear comfortable clothing .  Dress for the weather, if it is cooler, bring a sweatshirt. 
  • You may also want to bring a water bottle.
  • Bring a yoga mat or towel.
  • Please wear a mask until you are seated and distanced from other participants.

Classes are just $5.00 per person to participate thanks to our Park Rx sponsor Highmark Blue Shield.

You may sign up for one session or all the sessions, it's up to you!

The rain date for the September 18 program will be September 25, 2021. The rain date for the October 2 program will be October 9, 2021.

You will be asked to accept a waiver to attend this class. This waiver will be accepted by the parent or guardian for all children participating in the program.  

One parent or guardian must remain onsite with the child(ren) during the program.

COVID-19 UPDATE (8/30/21) - In the past few weeks there has been an increase in COVID cases among the unvaccinated (children included). The new variant, Delta, has a high transmission rate. The CDC has elevated the Dauphin County community to be that of substantial risk of exposure. We strongly encourage our guests to wear masks at this program until you are seated and socially distanced from other participants. While we encourage mask wearing, we are not mandating it.  

Dauphin County Parks & Recreation

Mailing Address

100 Fort Hunter Road Harrisburg, PA 17110