Winter Session Begins November 11th!

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3-5 Year Olds

Saturdays | 11:15-12PM

6-9 Year Olds

Saturdays | 12:15-1PM

10-13 Year Olds

Saturdays | 1:15-2PM

Namaste and Play!

It’s never too early to introduce your child to yoga! Transform Power Yoga youth yoga courses are designed to help kids and tweens unlock their creativity, build body-awareness, and help them find calmness and confidence.

The 6-Week courses incorporates music, movement, and creative play to teach your child the fundamentals of meditation, breathing, yoga poses and stress management in a way that is fun and engaging.

Each 45-minute, unheated yoga class meets once a week on Saturdays, from July 8 to August 12, with three separate sections – one for 3-5 year olds, one for 6-9 year olds, and one for 10-13 year olds. 

Benefits of yoga for children:

  • Increased Strength & Flexibility
  • Improved Listening & Speaking Skills
  • Better Focus & Concentration
  • Enhanced Self-Confidence and Self-Expression
  • Improved Sleep and Immunity
  • Enhanced Creativity

Please Note: Parents of young children are welcome to wait in the lobby, but are not allowed in the practice room itself during class. It is our experience that parents in the classroom present a distraction for the students and prevent them from fully engaging in their yoga experience.

About the Instructor, Aniya Mirza

Aniya has been practicing yoga for eight years now, and has been a member of Transform Power Yoga for almost two.
She completed her 200 hour Hatha and Vinyasa Flow training at Latitude Yoga Company in December 2015, and became a certified Kids Yoga instructor in January 2016 through Kidding Around Yoga.

She has worked with children for many years through her other career, and is passionate about introducing kids to a yoga practice that inspires them to be creative, active, and mindful. She says teaching yoga to children is extremely rewarding to her, as she gets to watch her students transform by building a stronger body through poses and learning to calms their minds with meditation and breathing techniques.

She lives in Nokesville with her son, and enjoys cooking, hiking and playing archery when she’s not on her yoga mat.