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‘Tis the Season to be Jolly!

This time of year, can be rather hectic, seeing our children’s tiredness, emotions and excitement levels increasing to new heights. It is sometimes difficult to know how we can help them become grounded again. Kids yoga and mindfulness through Mini Me Yoga is a programme that has been developed by Kate Bartram-Brown and helps you do just that! If you […]

It’s the most wonderful time of the year!

Christmas has always been my favourite time of year and as I am privileged enough to work with the smallest humans in our world, I get to emerge myself in the full magic of the festive season! I have been a Montessori Teacher since 2002 and trained as a Children’s yoga teacher in 2014. Since […]

‘Twas the Night Before Christmas…

Over this past year, I was fortunate enough to learn about a kid’s yoga and mindfulness program that Kate-Bartram Brown had created called Mini Me Yoga. This program is now just one of the things that I do for both my daughter and myself, to keep both of us happy and to prepare for a […]

Silent Night- All is Calm, All is Bright

Because it is a special time of year and Mini Me Yoga is for all children, we wanted to share what some of our different thinking Moms and Dads are doing over the holidays. Since we have a Mini Me Yoga Ambassador who has children who are different thinkers, we wanted to share her victories […]

Happy Little Eaters Part One

I’d like to share my thoughts on encouraging those dear but pesky little neophobic children that are present in most kitchens around the country to be happy little eaters. I don’t have all the answers of course but having worked in the world of nutrition, hosting ‘Taste Explorer’ and ‘Fussy Eating’ courses and working on […]

Kids, Stress, and Yoga

  Why do kids need Yoga other than the fact that it’s fun and good for you like broccoli ? One of the foundational components that I focus on when teaching kids Yoga, is emotional intelligence. If children aren’t aware of what they are feeling, or why, and if we don’t give them tools to […]

Unraveling Perfectionism

  When I started my teaching career, I wanted everything to be perfect. I wanted to be perfect because that meant I was my best- and that’s what my students deserved. So I kept grabbing for anything and everything outside of me to make me better while not taking the time to acknowledge the perfection […]