Monthly Archives: January 2015

Open Up and Say “Ohm” at these 8 Yoga Studios for Kids

I’m honored and happy to be included in this great list! You can check out the Family Yoga that I teach at Santosha Yoga or any of the classes. See you on the mat!

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Yoga classes for kids incorporate creative movement, animal sounds and pretend play, making them a perfect way to get more exercise into your little one. The following are eight of our favorite studios offering a healthy dose of fun that will not only center your kids, but will also give you a few belly laughs along the way.

imagination yogaphoto: Imagination Yoga

Imagination Yoga at Santosh Yoga
Co-founded and taught by yoga instructor, Jamie Hopkins, Imagination Yoga is a beautiful program that engages children ages 2-12 in the practice of yoga through story. This class meets every Thursday and is for ages 3 1/2 and up. Their Family Yoga is taught by Jodi and meets every first and third Saturday and is for ages 3 and up with their parents or caregivers.

4876 NW Bethany Blvd.
Suite L4

Inner Elements Yoga
A yoga community dedicated to the depth of yoga that brings out the strength, feeling…

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Dream of Wild Health, Hugo MN

From Garden Warriors to Good Seeds: Indigenizing the Local Food Movement

Heritage sunflowers at the DOWH farm. Photo by Angelo Baca Heritage sunflowers at the DOWH farm. Photo by Angelo Baca

Dream of Wild Health is a 10 acre non-profit farm in Hugo MN, about 45 minutes north of the Twin Cities that works to connect urban Indian people with not only healthy fresh produce, but the knowledge of how to grow and prepare this food. From a small garden in the city to a full scale vegetable farm, over the past decade and a half Dream of Wild Health has directly touched the lives of thousands of people through summer gardening programs for youth, year-round internships, cooking classes, and the tons of fresh produce brought to the city through farmers markets and their indigenous CSA boxes.

Pollinator garden at DOWH. Photo by Angelo Baca Pollinator garden at DOWH. Photo by Angelo Baca

In 1986, Sally Auger and John Eichorn started Peta Wakan Tipi (“Sacred Fire Lodge” in Lakota), a transitional housing program for Native men in St Paul, and then…

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Grubby Mummy and the Grubby Bubbies

Gentle mama of two muddling my way through 💙

Transition to Parenthood

Resources for childbirth educators and for expectant parents

Working towards understanding and healing between Native American and non-Native peoples

Father/kids finding nature w/in the city

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Fueling the parenting universe with inspiration for family fun.