YOGA TROLLS IN THE MAGICAL FOREST
Come on a yoga adventure with your child to the magical forest, where we will do yoga, dance, sing and relax with the loving yoga trolls. You will get the opportunity to find your inner child and become conscious of your body and its needs while at the same time bonding with your child and together creating a fun, new experience.
Children’s yoga is a way for your child to use their senses and stimulate their basic motor skills. It’s a fun and relaxed yoga session where both you and your child will be inspired, entertained and relaxed at the same time. The session is based on a story to make the yoga and mindfulness session more interesting for children. At the end of the session we will have a brief relaxation exercise through dreamy visualization to experience some moments of peace together. Many children look forward to the relaxation in the end, almost as much as the parents.
We will finish the event with snacks and making crafts focused on mindfulness, so you and your child have a little reminder of the day, this will also give the parents time to interact and socialize with one another.
If you enjoy the workshop you are welcome to join the four classes course Hans Christian Andersen’s fairy tales in February. Sign up here.
Rikke Dall-Hansen has professional experience as a dancer and circus artist. Currently she is working as a body therapist and a yoga teacher specializing in classes for children and teens. That is why she loves to combine playfulness and different yoga styles in her sessions and brings elements from dance, circus and theatre into her practice.
Children`s yoga has a positive effect both physically and mentally
Builds self-esteem and confidence
Develops fine and basic Motor skills
Helps to better coordination and balance
Encourages responsibility and tidiness
Helps concentration and focus
Calms both body and mind
Better connects us with our feelings and senses
Lower risk of anxiety and depression
Help Children to recognize boundaries
Develops awareness of breath, breathing and it`s effects on the body and mind