I'M GETTING BIG!
The following classes are offered on a year round basis, on an 8 week rotation. Please check the class schedule to view time slots.
(6 – 14 months)
Discover the concept of space and build body strength through exploration on ramps, climbers and other fitness equipment especially designed for your little one. Encourage discovery, learning, balance and coordination. Parents are given techniques to support their child through the activities. Yoga and massage techniques encourage you to nurture your baby with touches; which help to soothe your baby and strengthen the parent-baby bonding.
(15 – 22 months)
Explore basic mathematical concepts. Learn about opposition, sequences and patterns. Explore different ways to solve problems. The facility encourages your child to use creativity to develop problem-solving solutions. Toddler Yoga will help your child learn about various body parts and build a trust bond between parent and child.
(22 months - 2.5 yrs)
(2.5 years - 3 yrs)
Foster problem-solving and language development. The interchanging facility set up encourage child to think and interact with others. Toddler Yoga will help your child learn about various body parts, develop body flexibility and build a lasting bond between you and your child.
Learn to play cooperatively and follow multi-instructions. Play with peers and independently. Encourage creativity and play discovery. Develop coordination, motor skills and body awareness through exercises and games. Interactive children’s Yoga to build core strength, develop balance, body flexibility and foster the parent-child FUN connection.
Multilinugal Playgroup (0-3)
This program is to promote multilingualism and intercultural understanding. The heart of our programs is an openness to all languages and all people.
The program provide immersion-style multilingual language learning fun for families and individuals of all ages in an informal, supportive environment modeled on the way we learn our first language(s). ...Classes include songs, story, physical and imaginary play time.