Virtual Mini Workshops
90 Minute Workshops only $15 each
The cost to attend a live Virtual Mini Workshop is $15 when purchased separately from any of our KAY teaching certification learning paths. There are only 20 spots available for each session to ensure that we have ample time to address your questions, so make sure you register early to reserve yours.
- 60-minute mini workshop, facilitated virtually
- 30-minute Q & A session to answer all your questions
- Online course with all material covered during the course of the workshop and a pre-recorded session for you to review at any time
Structuring a pre-teen yoga class can be tricky; games and songs may seem juvenile, yet a traditional adult flow is often too much. In this workshop, we’ll explore ways to make the KAY outline more suitable for yogis between 10-12 years old. We’ll take a look at meditation, pranayama and movement for this specific age group. We’ll discuss the best options for music, games and activities. Pre-teens are at that awkward age between being a young kid and a teenager. Ensure your KAY class delivers that perfect mix of silliness and seriousness!
Children need yoga and mindfulness now more than ever! Help bring this practice into their homes and lives and continue to change the world, one peaceful child at a time. If you’re new to teaching virtually or looking for tips and inspiration for your current virtual classes, this workshop is for you!
You know and love the Kidding Around Yoga Sergeant Salutations, now let’s dive in and learn the specifics of each posture in the sequence. Whether you’re an experienced 200-hour yoga teacher, or just getting started, this workshop will help you practice and teach this sequence in a safe and effective way.
What is Raja Yoga and where did it come from? You have heard that yoga is much more than the postures, but maybe you’re looking for more information on what exactly that is, or for ways to incorporate yoga philosophy into your KAY classes. In this workshop we will discuss the basics of the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali and the 8 Limbs of Yoga. If you’re new to yoga or haven’t had the chance to dive into yoga philosophy, this is the workshop for you. Join us for our first installment of Raja learning as well as to learn more about the “Side of Raja” portion of a typical KAY class.
A great Yoga Story can make your Kids Yoga class highly engaging and exhausting! Not to mention that it is one of our favorite and most versatile activities that can be taught virtually or in real life. Join us for this workshop where you will learn how to infuse literacy practice into your yoga classes as we discuss different ways to create and present Yoga Stories to students of all ages utilizing children’s literature.
Vision Boards are an excellent way to engage pre-teens and teens in reflection about their life and goals for the future. Not sure how to lead a Vision Board making workshop that is fun, inspiring and most of all doesn’t pressure the students to know what they want to do after they graduate? During this workshop, we will break down a plan for a 60-minute Vision Board creation workshop that will appeal to kids ages 12-18.
So you think you have all the pieces to teach a great Kids Yoga class, but not sure how it is supposed to flow all together? Join us for this workshop where we will view a real pre-recorded virtual Kids Yoga class in action taught by one of our expert trainers and then tease it out and dissect it, for better or for worse, because let’s face it, there are no mistakes in yoga, just lessons to be learned.
Yoga in schools is becoming more widely recognized for all of the health and well-being benefits it can provide for our students. Considering this forward progress, we as parents and educators can learn various ways to incorporate all the limbs of a true yoga practice into most areas of the day. This workshop will explore ways to incoporate yoga into the academic subject areas for school-aged children. Let us help spark your creativity with curriculum planning ideas so that you can best serve your students.
You LOVE sharing yoga, meditation and mindfulness with children. Now it’s time to make some money doing so! We will review how to create a following and market yourself effectively. We’ll also explore what to charge and how to work smart to make this a profitable business for both virtual and in person classes. Whether you’re a recent KAY grad or an experienced instructor and entrepreneur, this workshop will help you know your worth and grow your biz!
Mindfully transitioning your students from seated meditation to standing and ready for movement is a skill. In this workshop, we’ll spend time developing this skill. We’ll dive deeper into the meaning and purpose of a BLISS, explore ways to modify BLISS based on age and setting, and spend some time fine tuning your BLISS writing skills. If you’re feeling like BLISS isn’t so basic after all, this workshop is for you!
It’s time to start planning your Kids Yoga camp! We will explore how to create and market a Kids Yoga camp for both an online-virtual and in-person setting, discuss the value of incorporating a theme for your camp and will review yoga-inspired activities to ensure your Kids Yoga camp is a fun, relaxing and educational experience for your little yogis!
The Sergeant Salutation, KAY’s signature warm-up sequence, is the best behavior management tool we have. We promise, it works! Not sure how to make it engaging for your students and keep them interested every time you practice it? During this workshop we will break down the sequence, give you tips for each step along the way and give you tons of ideas on how to differentiate your approach for various audiences.
Have you wondered how to share yoga philosophy with the children in your classes? It’s important to share all aspects of yoga in class, even with kids! In this workshop we will discuss how to do this via the “Side of Raja”, which will be explained. We’ll talk about how and when to share yoga philosophy in your classes and provide you with some inspiration to engage your students with relatable information.
Have you ever wondered what a mudra is? What are they and can we use them with children? During this workshop we will learn about mudras and how we can use them with toddlers and preschoolers. We’ll learn some basic mudras that are kid-friendly and how to incorporate them into a Kids Yoga class.
Yoga games are a crucial part of the class, especially with school-aged children. Not only are they helpful in teaching different yoga poses, but they also support children’s learning and development in a variety of ways. If you’re looking to engage your students and ensure a fun and active yoga class, this workshop is for you!
When sharing yoga with children, not only are arts and crafts projects a great way to teach new poses, they also promote mindfulness, self-expression and innovation. Kids of all ages are always excited to draw, paint, craft, and create. Spice up your yoga class with simple, yet creative craft projects!
Teaching children how to meditate is a whole different ballgame than teaching it to adults! Kids have less patience, shorter attention spans and less capacity to sit still. On the other hand, they have a greater imagination, a sense of playfulness and they learn by example. In this workshop, we’ll take a look at how to teach meditation effectively to kids of all ages.
Kidding Around Yoga reserves the right to cancel or reschedule workshops. In case of a cancellation, KAY will offer you alternative workshop dates, or, if you prefer, simply enjoy the pre-recorded session included in the course content you received when you registered for the workshop. We are unable to issue any refunds for Virtual Mini Workshops.