Build skills, practice techniques, gain understanding, and come away inspired to share yoga and mindfulness with your students in new ways
The National Kids Yoga Conference is a professional learning forum for educators, school administrators, yoga instructors, child and family service professionals and parents focused on bringing yoga, mindfulness and social emotional learning (SEL) strategies to the children and youth in their communities.
Our mission is to support the adults bringing yoga and mindfulness to youth. Learn with us . . .
Build skills and interact with colleagues
August 07, 2021
Yoga, movement, and creative expression can be powerful tools for youth to change narratives and see past adversity. Learn how to use a trauma-informed art model which incorporates mindfulness and yoga to teach self-regulation to your students in a classroom or private setting. Facilitators: Mandy Noa and Laura Shaw with Paint Love When? Saturday, August 7 from 1:00 - 2:30 pm EDT Tiered Pricing: $25, $35, $45 + scholarships available
7th Annual Conference Event
April 16-May 1, 2021 - Wherever YOU are!
Expertly led live and recorded workshops, movement practices, networking opportunities, contents and giveaways, and more. Join us virtually from wherever you are.
Learn at your own pace with our past presentation recordings
Yoga for Creativity in the Face of Trauma + Stress$25.00 – $45.00
Get Your Foot in the Door: Top 5 Tips For Selling Schools on Yoga and You (Recording)$35.00
Adapting Yoga Games for Online Kids Yoga Classes (Recording)$35.00
Social Emotional Learning and Keeping Kids in Class – April 2020 Conference Presentation$40.00
Blog posts, detailed topic guides, and even more if you become a Kid Yoga Circle member
Laura Shaw, a 200-hour certified yoga instructor and trauma informed children's yoga teacher and Mandy Noa, a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and School Social worker along with a certified children's yoga teacher and play therapist in-training share about trauma and...
Pivoting from In Person to Online in Response to COVID-19 The yoga is still yoga and teaching is still teaching, but the coronavirus pandemic has made yoga teachers adapt their techniques and use a lot more technology to operate through stay-at-home orders and social...