Happy International Yoga Day, NYC!
If you didn’t already, we wanted to make sure you knew about all the awesome yoga classes available for you and your kiddos on Kidpass! We’ve got everything from prenatal classes up through classes for teens, so check out all our partners below and say “Namaste” to the one that’s right for your family.
8 Limbs Youth Yoga
Cobble Hill / 7 – 12 years old
The theme of every 8 Limbs yoga class is based on one of yoga’s 8 limbs, such as yoga postures, breathing, concentration, and meditation, as well as other aspects of this ancient path. There are also yoga games! Beginners welcome.
Harlem Yoga Studio
Harlem / 0 – 12 years
In these unique yoga classes, children deepen their understanding of both the physical and mental practices of yoga through games, songs, discussion, and art with a weekly art project that follows the theme of each class. There’s family yoga, where adults get to stretch, strengthen, and play with their little yogis, as well as kids’ yoga, offered at the same time as adult yoga for your convenience.
Jem Yoga NYC
Upper West Side / 6 months – 3 years old
The mission of JEM Yoga NYC is to create family-centered yoga experiences that are fun and educational. Adults and children alike can benefit from the mind and body benefits of yoga, especially when they practice together. Classes include Yoga for Mom & Baby, Story Time Yoga, Yoga for Kids, Yoga for Tweens & Teens, and Yoga for Families.
Little Feet Wise Heart yoga believes that by cultivating balance between hearts, minds, and bodies, we can connect to the essence of who we truly are—nurtured, connected human beings. People big and small are welcome into the practice of yoga, mindfulness, and play as an opportunity for growth, understanding, and community building.
Monkey Do! Yoga
Gowanus / 0 – 5 years old
This family yoga studio shares its love for yoga in a neighborhood setting that’s tailor-made for Brooklyn kids. Local kids encounter school stresses, busy families, and electronic overload in this high pressure urban environment. Monkey Do! equips kids with healthy ways to meet those challenges through strong minds and healthy bodies.
Both Pure Yoga’s East and West locations feature incredible instructors, an unbeatable schedule of classes, and serene, luxurious studios. With a variety of kids’ classes to choose from, from Prenatal, Baby & Me, Baby Wearing, Bean Yoga, Me & My Bean, and Mini Bean Yoga, there’s something for everyone. No prior yoga experience is necessary.
Sacred Sounds Yoga
Greenwich Village / Prenatal – 17 years old
The goal of Sacred Sounds is to promote the health of mind, body, and spirit through love, life, laughter, and practice. From prenatal classes, Baby & Me classes, to classes for teens, there’s something here for every parent and child.
Tots Yoga at Bend and Bloom
Gowanus / 12 months – 3 years
Your babe will celebrate the wonders of mobility, communication, and independent exploration with you in this joyful class. Animated animal poses and imaginative games help toddlers to recognize (and eventually repeat!) patterns and tap their budding creativity. The tot-centric poses improve motor coordination, cognitive development, and socialization.
Upper West Side Yoga and Wellness
Upper West Side / 3 – 16 years old
Upper West Side Yoga and Wellness was founded by a couple dedicated to living their passion, spending time together as a family, and serving the community they love. Classes empower kids to understand how their bodies move, help them build physical strength and flexibility, gain confidence and self-control, and hone their concentration and awareness—all while having a ton of fun!
Midwood / Prenatal – 12 years old
One of the oldest yoga centers in southern Brooklyn, this studio integrates yoga with physical therapy, oriental medicine, and massage. Yoga Spot prides itself in having one of the best teams of instructors in New York.
Midtown West / Prenatal
Yoga Union’s Prenatal Yoga classes offer a time for the pregnant mother to strengthen, stretch, and explore her transforming body through breath and movement. Classes combine an aligned flow with a variety of structural and well-balanced poses that speak to common aches and pains and incorporate childbirth education to foster a safe and supportive environment for every stage of pregnancy.