I am so ready for the tropics, I am dreaming about it. Get yourself and the little yogis in your life into the spirit with some tropical animal poses and recharge post yoga routine with another healthy and delicious creation exclusively for Yogaga by Sandra of Fueled by Raw. by Sandra Lawrence of Fueled by…

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Your mini buddha will be stylin’ it at the yoga studio with these colors and designs.  Jade, peony and turquoise (those are fancy names for greenish, pinkish and blue-ish) are here and here to stay!  Our quirky critters; cat, dog, cow and frog, are at your kids feet for pose & play inspiration. The only…

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now available for purchase online YOGA STORY SET • FOR RELAXATION OR GETTING READY FOR SLEEP A caregiver-guided adventure using storytelling, yoga and imaginative play to help teach children how to calm their bodies and minds. Yogaga Story Sets consist of 6 cards. Each with a captivating illustration and story chapter on one side and…

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The never-ending winter might be hard on us, but it is even harder on our feathered friends. Let’s spoil them with some home-made Bird Suet poured in an old flower covered teacup that screams “don’t worry it’s almost spring”! This again is a super easy and fun craft to do with your child and teaches…

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This is a wonderful little meditation sequence from our Yogaga Animal Adventure DVD. Click & Enjoy!

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A lot of DIY Valentine’s Day kid’s cards do something cute with candy and I believe we literally can do better than that for our kids. Little plastic creatures from the dollar store are my fave kid’s craft element. You may have seen them on most of my cupcakes?? Here are three fun, healthy Valentines….

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Who does not love a freebie? And which mom, dad or kid does not love a coloring sheet? Combine the two and bingo; it’s all good! Here are a few coloring sheets to have some fun with. Get creative, get artistic and if your neck gets a bit stiff from all that focused coloring action…

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article previously featured in Sweat Equity Magazine.  All right reserved.     KIDS YOGA CLASSES LOOK NOTHING LIKE ADULT CLASSES. more playful, with no emphasis on alignment or breathing.  Adult yoga is about venturing inward.  Kids’ yoga is a very social and interactive activity.  Children learn best when they are interested and engaged, classes are…

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We live our company values. Yogaga is concerned about the comfort of little ones and about the future of our planet. Producing organic and eco-friendly products is just a small way of making our contribution. All Yogaga clothing is made of 100% organic cotton. Less chemicals for mama nature and your offspring!   WHAT IS…

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DING. DING. DING. I invite the bell – a method appropriated from Vietnamese Zen Master, Thich Nhat Hanh, – the children slowly rise, moving their bodies into easy pose – they need no prompting now – after 6 weeks of training they press palms together and rest their hands gently at their heart-centres. Sealing our…

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Yogaga donates 10% of all sales to community charities. This month we are supporting SickKids Foundation in Toronto. The Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids) is recognized as one of the world’s foremost paediatric health-care institutions and is Canada’s leading centre dedicated to advancing children’s health through the integration of patient care, research and education. Founded…

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Mom and baby yoga calms both mothers and babies and helps babies to sleep better . It is also proven to be a great way to help the digestive system, colic and even infant constipation. Babies from three months can really benefit from a class once they have reasonable neck control. Most classes will focus…

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Why are your mats made with PVC? Up to what age can my child use a Yogaga Mat? Isn’t yoga a bit too “passive” for an active child? You have many questions and we try to answer as many as we can. Please contact us at info@yogaga.ca if you have any questions we have not…

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