Kids Yoga Camps

Camp Name: Connection Wizards A: Social Skills and Mindful Movement- Pre-k – First grade

Monday-Friday 8:45am-1:15pm
June 17 -June 21, 2019 ( 5 days )
Location: The Valley School (MAP)
Registration Fee: $620
Registration HERE ( scroll down to find the camp )
Co-Instructors Kara-Lee and Karrin G.

Camp Name: Connection Wizards B: Social Skills and Mindful Movement- 2nd-3rd grade

Monday-Friday 8:45am-1:15pm
June 17 -June 21, 2019 ( 5 days )
Location: The Valley School (MAP)
Registration Fee: $620
Registration HERE ( scroll down to find the camp )
Co-Instructors Kara-Lee and Karrin G.

Connection Wizards Camp engages in collaboration and the language of friendship. Children make magic happen by creating connections with their peers. We envision our kids here in Seattle to be the ones who will innovate to make the World a better place. Innovative ideas in this age typically come from radical collaboration. Design thinking can put the human at the center of the design process and allows for development of some key skills – empathy, reciprocation, compromise, and value in human participation and connection – all essential ingredients for healthy, productive, collaboration. While your child will have fun designing a cool contraption or application with a team – they will get to learn and practice some fundamental collaboration skills that are directly relevant to school projects and their future. Let’s start them early!

Connection Wizards One is a two hour workshop paired with a two hour mindful movement yoga camp.

**All participants of this camp need to be approved by the Valley School and/or Wally’s Club. Please email summercamps@thevalleyschool.org with any questions

 

Camp Name: Design Wizards A: Social Skills and Mindful Movement- 4th -6th grade

Monday-Friday 1:30pm-5:00pm
June 17 -June 21, 2019 ( 5 days )
Location: The Valley School (MAP)
Registration Fee: $620
Registration HERE ( scroll down to find the camp )
Co-Instructors Kara-Lee and Karrin G.

Design Wizards introduces children to basic design thinking concepts while teaching them the human connection and collaboration that spark the design engine. Through hands-on, experiential learning and lots of fun! We envision our kids here in Seattle to be the ones who will innovate to make the World a better place. Innovative ideas in this age typically come from radical collaboration. Design thinking can put the human at the center of the design process and allows for development of some key skills – empathy, reciprocation, compromise, and value in human participation and connection – all essential ingredients for healthy, productive, collaboration. While your child will have fun designing a cool contraption or application with a team – they will get to learn and practice some fundamental collaboration skills that are directly relevant to school projects and their future. Let’s start them early!
Design Wizards is a two hour workshop paired with a mindful movement yoga camp.

**All participants of this camp need to be approved by the Valley School and/or Wally’s Club. Please email summercamps@thevalleyschool.org with any questions

 

Camp Name: Colibri Kids Yoga Summer Camp
Ages 4yr – 3rd Grade

Monday-Friday 9am-Noon
July 29 – August 2, 2019 ( 5 days )
Location: Learning Garden Montessori (MAP)
4226. S. Lucille Street, Seattle WA 98118
Registration Fee: $275/10% sibling discount
Registration:  SEE LINK BELOW

Creating leaders of tomorrow by increasing children’s awareness of themselves and the world around them. Through body movement, creativity, community projects, yoga dance parties, and fun group games and activities children will develop lifelong tools to increase emotional regulation and mind/body connection.

Click the link  below to pay and then please fill out the registration form HERE.

Yoga Summer Camp at Learning Garden Yoga

Camp Testimonials

“Evan LOVED yoga camp. He has attended various camps in the past, but we have never seen him so excited and enthused about any camp. He looked forward to camp each day, and often stated “I LOVE yoga camp,” which he has never said about any other camps. He even asked whether there is a winter camp, because he did not want to wait until next summer to experience the camp again. Additionally, we were impressed and surprised by how much more empathic, compassionate, and mindful he became after starting yoga camp. It is hard to believe that one week of yoga camp can have this effect, but that is what we observed. Kara-Lee is doing something right!”

 

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