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Young Yogi Summer Camp


What: Young Yogis summer camp 2016

Where: Two venues (See Below)

When: Duration: 10 day camp -April 4th to April 15th

Venue 1:  47/B, 4th main road, 3 rd cross , “Isha vasyam” Royal shelters layout, devarachikkanahalli, Bengaluru
Timings: 10 am to 12.30 pm
Fees: Rs. 1600
Ages: 7yrs to 13 yrs
(Special discount for Yoga Bharati members and siblings)
Apart from positive health and happiness, kids with  Asthma, Wheezing can benefit from this camp.

Venue 2: Yogabharati center, 453, 6 th cross, 1 st main
               Nobel residency, opp. To snn Raj serenity, near Begur road, Bengaluru
Timings- 4.30 to 6 pm
Fees- Rs. 600
Ages- 7 to 13 yrs

Special discount for siblings and Yb members.


Content of  10 day camp

  • Sloka chanting - a brief sanskrit speaking class will be taken too
  • Dynamic Yogic warm ups specially designed for kids which are actually lot of fun
  • Breathing stretches to cool  down
  • Asanas
  • Simple Mindful relaxation
  • Pranayama , OM Chanting
  • Yogic games- Non competitive Group games(Physical and intellectual) to inspire team work, Co-operation and compassion
  • Enhance co-ordination and balance
  • To focus and improve attention span and develop awareness
  • Reinforces Positive Self- esteem
  • Sparks creativity
  • Give them a bigger picture that everything we do is not for winning but to participate and enjoy in the present moment
  • Mythology Storytelling

Benefits for Young Yogis

  • Reduces distractibility and increased attention span through MINDFUL PRACTICE,YOGIC GAMES
  • Activating dormant areas of the brain through stimulation and relaxation- ASANAS
  • Sifting useful memories from all kinds of things in mind through awareness - SPECIAL RELAXATION TECHNIQUES
  • Dynamic Yogic warm ups for building presence of mind, core strength, good posture and correct physical alignment
  • Learning to - focus and improve on concentration, Memory skills - BALANCING POSES, SPECIAL YOGIC GAMES
  • Sloka Chanting to gain peace,  calmness  and to become more centered, which in turn allows the child to channelize the positive energy received in a variety of ways. 
  • Pranayama to bring awareness of breath - calming the child
  • YOGIC GAMES -Assists neuromuscular-development, develops a strong and flexible body
  • Asanas Increases balance, body awareness and coordination and improves posture and alignment
  • Increase their confidence and positive self-image by being fit
  • Feeling part of a healthy, non-competitive group-  FUN Yogic games
  • Feeling connected to our ancestors , talking about the core moral values through Mythology stories- Giving kids a platform to come out with their views , finding out answers of divinity and how these values play a key role in Happiness.

Yoga is meditative by nature. So whether a child is holding a balancing posture,sitting in meditation or moving through a series of poses, there's going to be a calming, soothing quality.

 

Phone: 080-33512344

CONTACT: info@yogabharati.net

 

 

Earlier Event: April 2
Yoga for Back and Neck Pain