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Each month we offer amazing opportunities to train with leaders in the kids yoga and mindfulness community from the comfort and convenience of your own home. Save by becoming a member and gain access to the complete KYA Curriculum including all live webinars. Join TODAY. (as low as $19/mth)

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Continuing Education: These webinars count toward Yoga Alliance non-contact hours for RYTs.

 

 

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Grow Your Kids Yoga Biz Beyond Teaching Classes

Thursday, March 17, 8-9:00 pm Eastern/5-6:00 pm Pacific

Presenter: Jodi Komitor, founder Next Generation Yoga & The Biz of Kids Yoga

Are you ready to expand your Kids Yoga biz beyond teaching classes

Do you want to make more money doing what you love?

Want to share your special gifts with others around the world?

If you answered yes to any of the above, then join Jodi Komitor, Founder of Next Generation Yoga & The Biz of Kids Yoga, for an enlightening webinar on how you can grow your Yoga offerings in ways you may never have imagined. Special events, workshops, teacher trainings, products, retreats & online offerings are just some of the ways you too can expand your Kids Yoga biz.

Good news! You don’t have to be in biz for years to make these things happen, however you do need to be strategic & wise around how and when you expand. Come prepared with your desires, dreams & questions, Jodi will support you with all the rest!

COST: $29 USD or FREE for KYA Members





 

 

 

 

 

best-practices-yog-in-schoolSchool Based Yoga: Building Strong Relationships to Support Sustainable Programs

Coming in May, 8-9:00 pm Eastern/5-6:00 pm Pacific

Presenters: Traci Childress & Jennifer Cohen Harper

Relationships are one of the most significant factors in determining a program’s success and must be considered carefully. Educator Parker Palmer writes, “to teach is to create a space,” and that when we teach, we always teach what we know. As teachers share yoga (or any other subject) with children, we create space for others to learn. We naturally offer the yoga practices and create yoga programs through our own lens—from the perspective of our history, privilege, wounds, bias, assumptions, and wisdom. We offer yoga mixed with all the other things we know and have experienced in our lives.

Working with students in schools means that yoga instructors will invariably come into contact with children (and adults) from a tremendously wide variety of circumstances. This webinar will draw from the Relationship Building chapter of the book to explore how we can commit to becoming more sensitive to children by developing ways to become and remain connected to each child as an individual, in all circumstances, regardless of their behavior, label, or diagnosis. We’ll also discuss the importance of, and strategies for, building strong relationships with adults in the school community.

A commitment to conscious relationship, supported by reflection and self-inquiry, allows yoga service providers to engage skillfully, honestly, and authentically with students and entire school communities, regardless of whether teachers and students come from similar life circumstances. Join us for this discussion as we support each other in bringing out best selves to our classrooms.

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