On November 8, 2015 Eternal Health Yoga will open its doors to our international kids yoga program. The new addition is ideal for families, teachers and caregivers, as it educates them on how to introduce yoga to children.
Mini Me Yoga is offered in several different countries, however, Eternal Health Yoga will be the first studio in Louisville to add the program to its regular schedule, offering: 2-hr Mindfulness & Yoga Workshops for parents and teachers, as well as yoga classes for kids. Owner of Mini Me Yoga U.S., Bridget Dewson, has decided to make the program neighborhood exclusive in Louisville, meaning only one studio per neighborhood can offer the workshops and classes on a consistent basis. Eternal Heath Yoga will act as the exclusive studio for the Crescent Hill neighborhood.
“We are so excited to be the first yoga studio in Louisville to offer regular Mini Me Yoga classes,” says Shelli Carpenter, Owner of Eternal Health Yoga. “This Program brings the joyful aspects of yoga to children by encouraging positive thinking and awareness through fun classes designed specifically for them. Like Eternal Health Yoga, Mini Me teaches yoga as a peace-centered, joyful way of living.”
About Mini Me Yoga:
Mini Me Yoga provides positive thinking products and programs for children and families across the globe. The program was founded in 2009 by UK native, Kate Bartram-Brown as a way to offer children an early introduction to yoga; helping them to be more aware of their bodies and to better deal with stress. To help support their mission to bring joy into the lives of children, they created the 2-hour Mindfulness & Yoga Workshop for parents, teachers and caregivers. This gives participants the tools to introduce yoga to their students and children on a level that is easy to learn and teach.