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OYH + Yogie Land

Childrens Yoga

Yogie Land

An amazing family yoga journey full of live music, storytelling yoga, interactive puppets, and educational learning games

What would happen if you combined storytelling yoga with original music, immersive puppetry and game-based learning all into one class for young children?

The answer is Yogie Land.

Based in New York City – Yogie Land is the world-renowned yoga adventure that finds the perfect balance between yoga, music, educational learning games and puppetry to create a class that engages, educates, and entertains young children ages 6 months – 8 years old. When you join an adventure, you are taken on a magical journey carefully curated to teach socio-emotional learning and boost fine motor and gross motor skills.

With Yogie the Dogie helping to lead the way, our classes are must see productions that are fun for the entire family.

Yogie Land

An amazing family yoga journey full of live music, storytelling yoga, interactive puppets, and educational learning games

What would happen if you combined storytelling yoga with original music, immersive puppetry and game-based learning all into one class for young children?

The answer is Yogie Land.

Based in New York City – Yogie Land is the world-renowned yoga adventure that finds the perfect balance between yoga, music, educational learning games and puppetry to create a class that engages, educates, and entertains young children ages 6 months – 8 years old. When you join an adventure, you are taken on a magical journey carefully curated to teach socio-emotional learning and boost fine motor and gross motor skills.

With Yogie the Dogie helping to lead the way, our classes are must see productions that are fun for the entire family.

Schedule

Mondays @ 6:15 PM

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Mondays @ 6:15 PM

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Mondays @ 6:15 PM

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The Yogie Land Philosophy

While we do not ascribe to one particular set of learning methodologies for young children, Piaget’s Theory of Cognitive Development most closely aligns with our philosophy for Yogie Land. As a program that works with ages 6 months – 8 years of age, we have seen firsthand the ways in which children grow through the sensorimotor and preoperational stages. As such, we have created our curriculum to follow these stages of development as children’s physical and emotional skills begin to increase.

At Yogie Land, we are a hybrid of music, yoga, educational learning games and puppetry. Each of these modalities have a wide range of benefits for young children including increased socio-emotional development, advanced gross and fine motor skills, and rhythmic and language acquisition. We believe that children learn best through play-based immersion and have carefully curated our classes to inspire creativity, confidence-building, and enhanced communication. By incorporating music, puppetry and games with yoga, we have found that our classes are fully inclusive and allow for all children to comfortably be a part of our Yogie Land adventures.

YOUR HOST: ANNA HADDAD

Anna Haddad is a yoga teacher, entrepreneur, and the Founder and CEO of ONEYOGAHOUSE. She has been a student of yoga since 2000, when she found the practice as a compliment to her taekwon-do training. Yoga quickly became the one thing in her life that allowed her to tune in instead of out: at the time, she was working a demanding job in finance. Led by her intuition to open her heart and awareness, she left her job on Wall Street and completed her 200-hour teacher training at Pure Yoga in 2012.

Always drawn to entrepreneurship, Anna founded a grassroots athleisure company in 2014, followed by a yoga studio in Montauk in 2017. Now, her vision for ONEYOGAHOUSE with locations in Brooklyn and Montauk, is to create a business rooted in community, creativity, and connectivity, and to leave a lasting and positive impact on people’s lives. She is passionate about giving back: she loves connecting with students, community-based organizations, charities, and female-owned businesses. She aims to make yoga accessible and a lifelong practice for everyone in the ONEYOGAHOUSE community.

Anna’s Vinyasa classes are thoughtfully sequenced to gently open the body in preparation for peak postures and meditation. She teaches an alignment-focused practice that is intentional and grounding. Through her own practice she has discovered a calm, grounded, resilient, and conscious state of mind that is still and compassionate, and she is inspired to guide others to the same place in her teaching.

Anna has also completed mentorships with Woom Center and Pure Yoga, as well as a restorative yoga training at Yoga Vida. She continues to study meditation with her teacher, Yogi Charu. She leads yoga retreats all over the world, combining her love for travel with teaching movement and meditation, all while helping others realize their goals. Follow her @annahaddadyoga to stay up to date on her class schedule and retreat offerings.

YOUR HOST: ANNA HADDAD

Anna Haddad is a yoga teacher, entrepreneur, and the Founder and CEO of ONEYOGAHOUSE. She has been a student of yoga since 2000, when she found the practice as a compliment to her taekwon-do training. Yoga quickly became the one thing in her life that allowed her to tune in instead of out: at the time, she was working a demanding job in finance. Led by her intuition to open her heart and awareness, she left her job on Wall Street and completed her 200-hour teacher training at Pure Yoga in 2012.

Always drawn to entrepreneurship, Anna founded a grassroots athleisure company in 2014, followed by a yoga studio in Montauk in 2017. Now, her vision for ONEYOGAHOUSE with locations in Brooklyn and Montauk, is to create a business rooted in community, creativity, and connectivity, and to leave a lasting and positive impact on people’s lives. She is passionate about giving back: she loves connecting with students, community-based organizations, charities, and female-owned businesses. She aims to make yoga accessible and a lifelong practice for everyone in the ONEYOGAHOUSE community.

Anna’s Vinyasa classes are thoughtfully sequenced to gently open the body in preparation for peak postures and meditation. She teaches an alignment-focused practice that is intentional and grounding. Through her own practice she has discovered a calm, grounded, resilient, and conscious state of mind that is still and compassionate, and she is inspired to guide others to the same place in her teaching.

Anna has also completed mentorships with Woom Center and Pure Yoga, as well as a restorative yoga training at Yoga Vida. She continues to study meditation with her teacher, Yogi Charu. She leads yoga retreats all over the world, combining her love for travel with teaching movement and meditation, all while helping others realize their goals. Follow her @annahaddadyoga to stay up to date on her class schedule and retreat offerings.

YOUR HOST: BRITTANY SIMONE ANDERSON

Brittany Simone Anderson is a New York-based sound practitioner, ceremonialist, and yoga teacher. Brittany believes that well-being is our birth right, and as such, it is our responsibility to take an active role in our own wellness.

Brittany combines a variety of practices that include sound, breathwork, coaching, yoga, and mindful eating. Brittany works one-on-one or in groups to empower people to take their health in their own hands. Together we can reconnect the mind, body, and soul.

Brittany leads sound meditations, breath experiences, and yoga instruction in Manhattan and the surrounding boroughs. She has been studying sound at her home studio, Woom Center, since its opening in 2016, with her teachers Elian Zach and David Shemesh. She has also studied with Alexander Tannous, Mitch Nur, Daniel Ryan and Jarrod Byrne.

Brittany has been working with the breath since 2014 and uses both the breath and sound to elevate the cacao ceremony experience. Brittany facilitates cacao ceremonies in group and private settings and has been working with the plant since 2015. You can find her in Manhattan or traveling the world, learning and spreading joy.

YOUR HOST: BRITTANY SIMONE ANDERSON

Brittany Simone Anderson is a New York-based sound practitioner, ceremonialist, and yoga teacher. Brittany believes that well-being is our birth right, and as such, it is our responsibility to take an active role in our own wellness.

Brittany combines a variety of practices that include sound, breathwork, coaching, yoga, and mindful eating. Brittany works one-on-one or in groups to empower people to take their health in their own hands. Together we can reconnect the mind, body, and soul.

Brittany leads sound meditations, breath experiences, and yoga instruction in Manhattan and the surrounding boroughs. She has been studying sound at her home studio, Woom Center, since its opening in 2016, with her teachers Elian Zach and David Shemesh. She has also studied with Alexander Tannous, Mitch Nur, Daniel Ryan and Jarrod Byrne.

Brittany has been working with the breath since 2014 and uses both the breath and sound to elevate the cacao ceremony experience. Brittany facilitates cacao ceremonies in group and private settings and has been working with the plant since 2015. You can find her in Manhattan or traveling the world, learning and spreading joy.

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