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YogaYAMA

Building character & connection through yoga

YogaYAMA Mission

To help children develop resilience, integrity, and self-love, the cornerstones of meaningful relationships and healthy living.


Upcoming Events

Check out a YogaYAMA class for free!
Saturday, January 7, 2023
11:00-11:45 a.m. Yoga for students ages 4-7.
12:00-12:45 p.m. Yoga for students ages 7-10.

In-person at Eden Yoga, 40 Thorndike St. Concord, NH,

Space is limited.
Please email Kim at info@yogayamakids.com to reserve a spot.


The YogaYAMA Method

We use movement, storytelling, and conversation to teach emotional resilience, character, and connection. Each class features a story that incorporates character-building concepts from yoga philosophy.

Benefits may include:

  • Reduced anxiety
  • Emotional stability
  • Improved communication
  • Physical fitness & fun
  • Healthier relationships
  • More focus & confidence

What are the yamas and niyamas?

Yoga principles include the five yamas (universal, pro-social values) and the five niyamas (personal skills essential for emotional resilience). These 2,000-year-old insights into the human condition continue to assist our personal development to this day.

DO THESE 10 PRINCIPLES RESONATE WITH YOU?

Crave charts? Click the infographic on the left.
Dig lots of detail? Click the blog post title on the right.

The Yamas & Niyamas:
A Path Toward Connection

Why learn about the yamas and niyamas?

They teach integrity – the alignment of what we think, say and do.

Yamas such as kindness (ahimsa) and honesty (satya) are examples of acting with integrity. They are how we naturally behave when we have a healthy sense of self.

When integrity is established, trust follows. Trust is the foundation of deep, fulfilling interpersonal connections.


Classes

YogaYAMA classes use story and movement to demonstrate the benefits of living in alignment with the yamas & niyamas. Students also learn yoga poses, breathwork, and meditation techniques to stay clear-minded and open-hearted, even when difficult situations and strong emotions arise.

Which yamas & niyamas matter most to your family? Find lists of values, traits, and ethical principles under our Resources tab. YogaYAMA supports your family in connecting around your yamas!

YogaYAMA

at Eden Yoga
40 Thorndike St. Suite 2C
Concord, NH 03301


Questions?

info@yogayamakids.com

(603) 892-6325

It is vital that when educating our children’s brains that we do not forget to educate their hearts.

H.H. Dalai Lama XIV