Category Archives: Bliss News

Family Yoga Project

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Hello Friends! We are excited to announce that Bliss Kid Yoga will be offering a free family yoga class at Springdale Farm this Fall. The class is open to young children of all abilities and their family. Weekly attendance is not required but encouraged. The goal of this program is to empower families and promote […]

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Using Yoga to Support Speech and Language Development

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Written By Erica Ortiz Pediatric Speech Language Pathologist, MCD, CCC-SLP, RYT 200 In my last post, we discussed some benefits of yoga for children, particularly for children with developmental delays or disabilities.  Today, I’d like to share how yoga can support speech and language development.   Learning Readiness: Yoga’s focus on mindfulness breathing and movement typically helps to […]

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Why Yoga for Children?

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Why Yoga for Children? Written By Erica Ortiz Pediatric Speech Language Pathologist, MCD, CCC-SLP, RYT 200 Hi! I am a Registered Yoga Teacher, with a special interest in teaching children’s and family yoga, as well as a pediatric speech/language pathologist.   You may be asking yourself how those 2 seemingly different professions may go together.  Well, as I began […]

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Bliss Books Blog coming soon!

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  Drumroll please…announcing: Bliss Books! A new regular blog feature by BKY volunteer Catherine Scallen, Bliss Books will highlight a handful of children’s books every month that embody themes of presence, focus, calm, and curiosity—just what we’re learning on our yoga mats every day! Our hope is to introduce new and engaging ways for you […]

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Sponsor a Yogi for camp!

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    Help us send a child to camp this spring break! Give a little in your community the gift of yoga! Read all the details here!    

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Meet our Board Members

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President, Catherine Kline Cathy is a 5th generation Texan with strong New England ties.  Her Connecticut-born dad always said that he got here as quickly as he could.  She is a retired educator who found her true vocation teaching middle and upper school math and science. Leaving Texas after college, she returned in 2003 with […]

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