Young yogis

Kids make for natural yogis. These special yoga classes for kids on holiday merely show them how to take their handstands and roly-poly’s to the next level – one that unites mind, body and soul, creating calm-makers out of your little troublemakers.

Young yogis

Children today live in as rushed a world as ours. Family holidays at resorts like Esperanza, An Auberge Resort in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, invite them to slow down and experience the healing powers of yoga.

Kids make for natural yogis. These special yoga classes for kids on holiday merely show them how to take their handstands and roly-poly’s to the next level – one that unites mind, body and soul, creating calm-makers out of your little troublemakers.

THE TRUE POWERS OF YOGA lie in its ability to mend not only the body, but the mind as well – to not only improve physical flexibility but also mental control. Add fun words like downward-facing dog and volcano pose, and little ones are becoming more and more popular in yoga studios across the world.

“It helps create a calmer, more mindful child. The kind you want to take on holiday...”

Kids’ yoga classes teach younger yogis to be more playful with their bodies, along with helping them to reduce stress, improve sleep, enhance self-esteem, focus better at school, and build and maintain strong bones and joints, proper posture and breathing techniques. It helps create a calmer, more mindful child. The kind you want to take on holiday...

FROM MEXICO TO SPAIN As parents seek more enriching travel experiences for their children, more hotels and lodges have begun to offer supervised kids’ classes to enable little guests, as Esperanza An Auberge Resort in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico states, “to find their centres, calm their inner selves, and increase flexibility”.

Between the blue waters of the Baja peninsula and stretches of restorative coastal desert, Esperanza’s seasonal kids’ yoga classes are specially designed for the physical needs of children and are conducted in their Cabo spa, recently named the number one spa in Latin America by Travel + Leisure Magazine.

AT A QUINTA DA AUGA, in Santiago de Compostela, in the north-west corner of Spain, kids can enjoy not only yoga classes but also lessons in meditation, either individually or in groups.

They can practice their tree poses in the hotel estate’s gardens, surrounded by the River Sar, or in the yoga studio – followed by a visit to the private family spa if they wish to continue the wellness holiday.

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