We are a Registered Children's Yoga School with the Yoga Alliance. Currently all our trainings are offered online. We look forward to seeing you in person in 2022.
We offer transformational, experiential education in children’s yoga and well-being. Our professional education and registered trainings are trauma-informed, inspired by and delivered in Nature and are rooted in ancient Yogic wisdom and developmental science.
We believe in an ethics of care - self care, social care, and environmental care. When we move from a place of kindness, every interaction becomes an opportunity to make our world brighter. We are inspired by the lives and works of Nel Noddings, Harriet Tubman, Jane Goodall, Julia Butterfly Hill, and Sri Aurobindo, to name a few! Our approach to contemplative practice in Nature is rooted in Johann Wolfgang von Goethe's phenomenological science.
We envision an equitable world, which respects and values diversity and our planet. We offer opportunities for people to forge relationships with nature, others, and their deepest selves to awaken to their individual inner wisdom of interconnection. We are an inclusive, queer positive space. We are committed to embodied anti-racist practice and decolonization. We welcome everyone's whole self into presence. We offer scholarships to ensure yoga is accessible to all.
We honour and thank the Coast Salish peoples of the traditional territories of the Semiahma (Semiahmoo), Musqueam, Katyie (Katzie), Kwikwetlem, Kwantlen, Qiqéyt (Qayqayt) and Tsawwassen First Nations for their past and ongoing stewardship of this areas unceded lands, upon which we live and work. We acknowledge these lands were stolen from their ancestors during colonization and that our Indigenous neighbours were then dispossessed of their lands and displaced to government sanctioned communities. Because we are a child and family-based school, we commit to contributing a portion of our school’s revenue to the Caring for First Nations Child & Family Society.