Our Mission: Helping children find balance through the self-empowering practice of yoga, mindfulness, and play.
The Birth of Yogi Cubs
When I first started practicing yoga I was surprised by the positive impact it made on my mindset. Yoga can:
-improve strength, flexibility and balance
-improve physical & mental health
I often wonder how different things might have been if I had started my practice as a child. I started looking for yoga programs for my daughter so she would be better equipped to handle life than I was growing up.
-I wanted a program built for children, not one where parents could bring their children to their own classes.
-I wanted something fun that she would not start dreading after a few weeks.
-I wanted something flexible and affordable because it is so hard for us to fit extra activities into our lives.
Most importantly, I wanted something real. A place where my daughter would feel a sense of belonging while being her authentic self.
I completed a 95 hour RCYT (yoga alliance approved) teacher training program with Yogees Yoga 4 Kids so I could teach yoga classes designed JUST FOR KIDS!
Hi! I’m Jessica! I’m a mother of one of my own and an almost mother to 3 steps. Yes! our house is pretty crazy most of the time.
I got my BS Degree in Communications from UT Austin, (Hook’em Horns!), earned my MBA from the University of Dallas, and worked for many years in higher education. My experience working with those “adult children” 🙂 showed me how much our young ones need a yoga & mindfulness practice in their lives.
Originally, I completed my children’s yoga teacher training out of selfishness to teach my own lil yogi, but as I learned, I also realized I should be sharing the benefits with as many kids as possible. In addition to the Yogees Yoga 4 Kids certification, I’ve also completed the children’s yoga teacher training with GoGoYoga for Kids, and I’m currently working on the Cosmic Kids Yoga Teacher Training. What can I say, I have a love of learning.
Hi! I’m Charlotte! I like LOL dolls, Barbies, making slime, and playing in the yoga swing! Teaching yoga is fun!
Greetings fellow yogis! My journey started at the age of 15 when I first went to a yoga class and continues to this day through my daily practice. After receiving my B.A. in Education from Regis University, my mother started showing signs of Alzheimer’s so I immediately flew home and spent my next decade as her care-giver. During this time, I felt a bit lost and explored many different fields, but I could not escape my love of yoga. I decided to marry my passions, yoga, child development, and education. I’ve completed my 200 hour yoga teacher training, with Alpha Omega Yoga, and the Yogees Yoga 4 Kids, 95 hour children’s yoga teacher training.