Mom & Baby/ Toddler Yoga
Blossom's Mom & Baby/Toddler Yoga class is perfect for you and your growing baby! Moms (and Dads!) practice while little ones play. Children are encouraged to participate as they show interest, and games and songs are incorporated into the practice to keep them engaged. As you know, young children are unpredictable- and so will be the flow of the class, following the needs of our children.
The following guidelines are offered to help you know if the class is right for you and your child:
Reserve your space in any drop-in class with our Advanced Check-in!
Thursdays 10:30am: Siri
Physical Intensity Level: Medium
Community Level: High
Saturdays 10:30am: Nora
Physical Intensity Level: Low-Medium
Community Level: High
Class & Registration Information
Please note: For safety reasons and out of respect for students and instructors, nobody will be permitted to yoga classes 10 minutes past the posted start time. Please allow plenty of time to park (especially during lunchtime classes) and to check in. If you should arrive late, we welcome you to stay to enjoy a cup of tea and connect with our community outside of the class. Credits used for advanced registration will not be refunded to latecomers. Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.
Out of courtesy to others in the class, please don't come if you or your baby have an active cold or have been exposed to a contagious illness. A cold should be considered active in the first three days of symptoms and/or if you or baby are sneezing or coughing. Thank you.
To further help you identify which classes will best suit your needs, we offer the following key:
Physical Intensity Level: "High" indicates a vigorous, athletic, physically strenuous workout that will make most people sweat. "Low" indicates a gentle, restful, restorative workout, with the emphasis of the practice on relaxing.
Community Level: "High" indicates that class begins with a group check-in and conversation, questions, and discussion is invited throughout the practice. Topics are generally related to pregnancy and birth, and may include other topics as well, as guided by students. The use of partner poses is factored in as well. "Low" indicates that conversation is limited to a brief check-in at the beginning of class and the practice invites the student to look "inward."
Styles: Indicates the styles of yoga or other philosophies that influence the practices of the class. The teacher may have specific training or certification in these styles.
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