Free Yoga for Kids and Youth – new students please arrive at 5:30

Yoga for Kids and Youth - Bikram Yoga
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Date(s) - 03/29/2018
5:45 pm - 7:15 pm

Bikram Yoga Capital Area

Every Thursday for the 5:45 pm class please join us for our very special 26&2 class for kids and youth.  The traditional 2 sets of 26&2 (Bikram Yoga) are instructed at a lower temperature.

Kids *and* their parents practice together!  Please arrive prior to 5:40 pm to sign-in, although this class tends to be quite full so we suggest arriving earlier.  Any new students should arrive by 5:30 to register.

During the standing series, adults and youth ages 14 and up practice as usual, and kids 13 and under remain in the hall with quiet activities.  At the mid-class savasana, younger kids join their parents (who are already in class) for the remaining 35-40 minutes and practice the floor series only.  Many youth are ready to practice the full class beginning at age 11 or 12 (or younger), once interest, motivation, discipline, and temperature tolerance are sufficient.  Please speak with the director in advance with any questions.

Kids ages 6-13 practice the floor series or full class for FREE on Thursday evenings.

Youth ages 14 and up may practice the full class for $5.

Parents pay the usual rate (introductory membership, regular membership, visitor drop-in, etc).


Is this still a Bikram Yoga Class?

We still practice the identical sequence and use the same instructional methods as in our traditional Bikram Yoga classes at BYCA.  The main difference is that the heat is lowered to 96-97F and that the younger youth group enters the room after Toe Stand.

It is often even more inspiring than a typical class.  On one occasion, we had 10 kids in class with 20+ adults, and ages from 6 to 94 in the same room.

Bikram Yoga is already magical, but this class is extra special.  Read about some of our regular youth members here.

Many thanks to Rajashree Choudhury for her inspiration and leadership.  Her vision and the work of USA Yoga inspire youth to take up a yoga practice.  At BYCA you can see this in action!