Kids Yoga (5-9) Camp 2020/2021
9.30am - 12.30pm
All children aged 5 - 9 years old are invited to join us for a fun-filled Kids Yoga Camp! Each day, we embark on a different exploratory journey into Mother Nature’s spectacular creations. Beautiful creations that we see all around us and when we gaze within.
This Kids Yoga Camp is grounded in yoga philosophy, themed using nature's elements and complemented by other modalities such as song and dance, art journaling, social emotional learning and storytelling. Peppered with lots of fun and sharing circles to build a sense of community, our Kids Yoga Camp welcomes all children with keen curiosity and interest to explore the outer world around them and the inner world within them.
Join us for an inward journey into the mind-body connection, illuminating the practice of courage, compassion, self-awareness, joy, strength, community and possibilities.
Day 1: My community and I
Day 2: I am brave and courageous
Day 3: Transformations in Mother Nature and in me
Day 4: Moving with my feelings in my body
Day 5: Sharing peace, love and joy
Tuesday - Friday, Sep 8 - 11, 2020 (4-day camp)
Monday - Friday, Oct 12 - 16, 2020 (5-day camp)
Monday - Friday, Oct 19 - 23, 2020 (5-day camp)
Monday - Friday, Nov 30 - Dec 4, 2020 (5-day camp)
Monday - Friday, Dec 14 - 18, 2020 (5-day camp)
Monday - Friday, Jan 4 - 8, 2021 (5-day camp)
9.30am - 12.30pm
4-day camp: $320
5-day camp: $380
ABOUT YOKE WEN LEE
Yoke Wen has over 10 years of experience supporting vulnerable children and families. She strongly believes in promoting children’s rights to live their best lives and reach their potential.
She found yoga in 2014 after life-altering experiences and over time discovered the powerful benefits of healing, empowerment and grounding in yoga and meditation. She completed her RCYT with Divine Light Yoga in January 2018 and is passionate to use yoga to help children and teens feel safe, calm and strong in their bodies, develop skills to cope with feelings of stress and anxiety and build mind-body awareness, which is key as they form their sense of self and their understanding of the world around them.
Integrating wisdom from Yoga philosophy and western research on trauma, Yoke Wen is keen to continue working with children, teens and adults who experienced trauma. She hopes to facilitate a safe space for her students to explore healing, safety and connection in mind, body and breath.
Connecting with children has always brought tremendous joy to Yoke Wen and she enjoys sharing yoga with them using their language - fun and play!
ABOUT BABITA RAJAN
Yoga, a 5000-year-old discipline, is a living and breathing tradition that's ever evolving and Babita is privileged to be a part of it over the last 12 years. She shares her passion for everything yoga with her two young children and obtained her RCYT certification last year with Divine Light Yoga at Hom Yoga Singapore.
Babita is an ardent bookworm. She is in love with the works of Thich Nhat Hanh and the emphasis on cultivating mindfulness in daily life. Babita believes that enlightening children with a self-preserving tool for the body, mind and spirit in a fun and engaging way is the best gift we can give to the next generation. After all, they are Earth’s future citizens!
ABOUT ZEE BRESLER
Originally from the UK, Zee has been living and teaching yoga in Singapore since 2015.
Living a busy city lifestyle, the idea of slowing down and moving mindfully really resonated with her. Being lucky enough to take a year off for travel, adventure and discovery, she was able to deepen her yoga practice and complete her 200hr yoga training in beautiful Bali.
Zee believes yoga provides a ‘complete’ practice and a way to honour the uniqueness of your body. Those transformative benefits move, not only through mind and body but also into daily life.
After becoming a mum, Zee wanted to share all the empowering benefits of yoga with her son and completed her RCYT with Divine Light Yoga. A dedicated and passionate teacher, she hopes to develop a sense of balance, fun, resilience and compassion in all her classes.