Little namaste: Yoga for kids

By on May 14, 2011
Moms everywhere are getting into the exotic meditative practice of Yoga. For an  hour or so a day, mothers stretch away the problems of home. Where does that leave the curious kids absorbing the stress of the world around them?Little Namaste is a slice of nirvana in the concrete jungle, introducing children (from one month to 12 years) to the world of balancing body and soul.The studio lures mothers for a variety of reasons. What proves most popular are the lessons conducted by founder Angie Bow, a licensed yoga instructor for children, which is filled with activities that promote a happy youth, stronger body, and peaceful upbringing. Another benefit that pleases the moms is the networking; interacting with fellow mothers while their kids find inner peace, and the conversations in English provide great practice for non-native speakers. Now, who says enlightenment is just for the grown ups?Studios located in Omotesando (Tokyo) and Omiya (Saitama)
Omiya Studio
Nisshin-cho 2-500-1

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