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Summer Offerings!

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In need of some fun, learning activities for your kids? We have two very unique and affordable summer programs starting this July at the new Sankalpa Academy. Space is limited so register today! Kid’s Yoga + Mindful Art Children ages 7-10 years on Wednesdays, from 10:30-11:45 am July 11-Aug 15th at Sankalpa Academy During the elementary […]

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Shop for a Cause: Gifts that Give Back!

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Happy Holidays! There are so many ways to give for a cause! Help us spread the spirit of giving this holiday season! “Help others without any reason and give without the expectation of receiving anything in return.” -Roy T Bennett At Bliss Kid Yoga we strive to be responsible consumers and give back while shopping for […]

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What’s the deal with yoga for kids and why should my family try it?

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What’s the deal with yoga for kids and why should my family try it? By Katherine Banker, Executive Director and Founder Featuring BESTFORTHEKIDS.com Busy school schedules, traffic, overdue bills, unemployment, endless to-do lists, peer pressure, over stimulation, high stress work environments, educational expectations, bickering siblings, emotionally unavailable partners, and on and on and on we […]

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Letter from Board VP Mindy Stoddart: Yoga for All Abilities

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Dear Friends, Some of you may have seen I’m heading up a fundraiser this winter for our Easter Seals yoga playgroup with Bliss Kid Yoga. I’m writing to you today to share why this program is special to me. My interest in teaching children’s yoga was borne out of my exposure to various therapies and […]

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Cure Winter Break Boredom

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BRING THE FUN INDOORS THIS WINTER BREAK & MAKE LASTING FAMILY MEMORIES by Cassie Brewer   For kids, holiday break means freedom from school, late mornings, late nights and lots of fun. For parents, though, the extended days of winter break signals a change of schedule that creates a little too much down time. The first […]

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Inspiration Lives Here

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A inspiring story from one of our families who wish to remain anonymous… “My daughter has scoliosis among over conditions that contribute to a limited motion, pain and low muscle tone. She has been having a hard time at school keeping up with friends at PE and on the playground. She is a very sweet […]

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