Youth Yoga Summer Camp at Pink Lotus

During Pink Lotus Yoga’s Youth Yoga Summer Camp, children will engage in fun, creative, and enriching activities through the highly beneficial practice of yoga.  In addition, they will have the opportunity to learn much about themselves, others, and community-building through their yoga and other games and activities.

Summer Camp participants will

*Feel welcomed and supported in a carefree and noncompetitive environment

*Become more grounded, thoughtful, balanced, and confident

*Learn about themselves through a yogic understanding (the union of the mind and body) and learn to care for and nurture themselves  

*Learn to work cooperatively with others

*Create lasting memories, new friendships, and a foundation for health and well-being

*Recognize their innate super powers and learn how they can become agents of change in their communities through acts of gratitude, compassion, and selfless service.

Summer Camp runs next week from july 29-August 2 at the studio.  Children may be signed up for one or both weeks.  The sessions are as follow

July 29-August 2

10:15-11:15 a.m. (ages 4-9)

11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. (ages 10-14)

The fee is $50.00 per child per week-long session.

To register, visit http://www.pinklotusyoga.com and go to the web scheduler.  Click on the ‘workshops/series/events’ tab.

For more information, contact Pink Lotus Yoga at 216-632-0816 or email pinklotusyogastudio@gmail.com  

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