Family Yoga at Stepney City Farm

June 1, 2018 by Tor Park


Please note that family yoga is no longer taking place


Join us for family yoga at Stepney City Farm!

This is a kid-friendly class for ages toddlers and up, with fun for the whole family – get ready to move like the animals, dance, play and then relax. No prior yoga experience is necessary.

No need to book, just come along to the Classroom.

£5 per adult

£3 per child.

Classes will be held the first Saturday of every month from 11-11.45am 

Bring a mat if you have one

Benefits of kids and family yoga:

Yoga teaches children and adults to move and to pause with awareness and intention. We practice using our breath to create space between our thoughts and our reactions. Introduced at a young age, this powerful practice can serve children throughout their lives as they learn, grow, and transform into physically and mentally strong, flexible, and balanced adults. For adults, it’s a way to reconnect with our playful selves and enjoy some time with our little ones. It’s fun for the whole family!

Family yoga at the Farm

About Janine White: 

Janine started doing yoga when she was about 10 years old, when her mom organised a kids yoga class at their house. This early exposure planted a seed, and her yoga practice has become a central part of her adult life. Since 2013, Janine has shared this practice with children, young people and adults of all ages and various backgrounds. She completed her 200-hour and children’s yoga teacher trainings in New York City. Janine also works for an education charity in London and uses the tools of yoga and mindfulness to support leadership development among diverse groups of youth and staff of mission-driven organisations. 

Janine’s classes are playful, fun, and creative, and almost always involving dancing in some way. Her favourite yoga pose is dancer pose! 

For yoga without kids come to Yoga at the Farm, every Thursday evening at 6pm with Tor Park. This is a donation based class where every penny goes directly toward supporting the Farm.

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