Eugene Children’s Yoga

What Is Imagination Yoga?

Imagination Yoga combines yoga with storytelling to engage kids in playful exercise while building essential skills.
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Imagination Yoga gets kids moving, but it’s much more than physical exercise. Visualization and mindfulness practices help students build essential capacities like awareness, compassion, emotional regulation, critical thinking, planning, and self-esteem.

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Free Child & Family Yoga in the Park!

Join Eugene Imagination Yoga for free yoga adventures in the park! We’ll be at these parks at noon with yoga mats and family-friendly exercise. Watch for updates! The schedule is subject to changes due to weather, and dates may be added.

Monday, July 23

Washington Park (19th & Washington)**

Monday, July 30

Emerald Park (1400 Lake Dr.)*

Thursday, August 2

Churchill Youth Sports Park (Bailey Hill Rd., just south of 18th)**

 

*This location is served by Food for Lane County’s Summer Food Program.

**These locations are served by both Food for Lane County’s Summer Food Program and City of Eugene Recreation Services’ Fun for All program.

 

 

 

 

served by Food for Lane County’s Summer Food Program. Grab a free lunch for the kids, and join a yoga adventure! Join our email list or watch this page for dates and times.

 

 

Yoga for Kids

Eugene Imagination Yoga can provide child-centered yoga programming at schools, child care facilities, special events, and more. Book classes for a special day, or ask about setting up a regular program at your site. Request a free demo class to see firsthand what we do.

 

 

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Eugene Imagination Yoga’s mission is to promote physical, emotional, and mental health in our community through children’s yoga programs. By combining imaginative play and storytelling with yoga practice, we provide opportunities for fun and engaging physical exercise while supporting a child’s developing sense of self awareness and capacity for self regulation.