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10 Ways to Celebrate International Yoga Day in LA

Namaste Los Angelinos!

International Yoga Day is here and we know your city is filled with dedicated yogis—big and small. So we’ve rounded up all the best classes where your little ones can stretch, bend, and practice their downward puppy poses! Check out all of our LA yoga classes below and have a zen day!

Alo Yoga 
Pacific Palisades / 5 – 12 years old

Your little yogis can expand their creativity and express themselves in a positive way through physical movement. Yoga provides children techniques to promote health and relaxation and find a greater sense of fulfillment. This class will further allow your child to increase body awareness in a non-competitive way and foster cooperation and compassion for themselves and others.

Cosmic Kids Yoga at Snooknuk 
Larchmont / 24 months – 6 years old

This is a fun and playful class filled with interactive games, music, and dance. Yoga mats, pillows, blankets, colorful lights, lively music, sound healing crystals, and essentials oils all create a fun setting to experience the joys of yoga. Parents can join in on the yoga in the back of class.

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Glow Hot Yoga 
Huntington Beach / 4 – 10 years old

This studio’s signature Yoga for Kids class fosters creativity, cooperation, and confidence while also having fun! Added bonus—parents can book a class at Glow Yoga separately to enjoy a peaceful stretch while their kiddies are doing the same.

Grace + Zen
San Juan Capistrano / 18 months – 6 years old

Kids learn the basics of yoga and dance at these imaginative classes. Hop like frogs, twirl like fairies, stretch like mermaids, and so much more! Your little one will also learn basic classroom etiquette such as being around other children, waiting their turn, staying in their spot, raising their hand, and listening to the teacher.

Light on Lotus Yoga 
Mar Vista / 2 – 10 years old

This colorful and soulful temple celebrates the culture and creativity of the city and allows yogis to revel in the magic of adventurous, transformative asana paired with yoga philosophy, Hindu mythology, and eclectic music. The studio’s Little Lotus class is a fabulous intro to the world of yoga. Kids will explore all sorts of fun poses: balancing, twisting, strengthening and stretching, as well as yoga breathing and meditation.


Heal and Soul Yoga 
Encino / 6 – 12 years old

This yoga studio offers a totally unique class for little yogis, Yoga with Aerial Silk Hammocks. They’ll learn how to relax and breathe while learning about proper form, core strength, and balance. 

Prema Yoga Evolution Studio 
Granada Hills / 5 – 11 years old

Prema Yoga believes that yoga is an amazing practice that builds strength and flexibility at all ages. Try out their Yoga for Kids class for a kid-friendly approach to bending and stretching!

Shorty Yoga 
Beverly Hills / 2 – 10 years old

Come to Los Angeles’ first and only all-kids, all-yoga studio! No clowns, no mascots. Just dope kids doing downward dog. Yoga for babies (parent-and-me), toddlers, and kids.

Yoga Sol
Yorba Linda / 4 – 17 years old

This studio is committed to establishing the highest quality yoga experience in a beautiful Yorba Linda studio setting. They offer a diverse array of yoga classes for the newest beginner to the seasoned practitioner, including a variety of kids classes to choose from.

Zooga Yoga
Culver City / South Bay / West Hollywood / 6 weeks – 17 years old

Zooga’s promise is to inspire fun and promote fitness to kids and families through yoga and more. The first kids and family yoga studio in Los Angeles, Zooga specializes in kids’ yoga, music, and dance, offered to kids of all ages, as well as an adult with baby fitness classes. 

Want to discover and book more new activities in LA? Check out all upcoming activities across the Los Angeles area for even more ways to have fun! 

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