Little Revolutions Kids Yoga
Little Revolutions Kids Yoga for Ages 4 – 8
w/ Julie Iatron
Tuesdays @ 4:15 – 5:15pm downstairs at RCY
$70 for a 4 Class Kids Yoga Pass or $20 per class drop-in
Please email Jenny Meshna at email firstname.lastname@example.org to learn about the registration process. If your child needs additional support during class, please email (email@example.com) us in advance so we may discuss their needs beforehand.
Kids ages 4-8 can join Julie Iatron at Revolution Community Yoga for “Little Revolutions” yoga! These sessions are designed to help our youngest students learn yoga poses, breath work, and calming techniques in a playful, relaxed environment. We will use movement, cooperative games, and crafts to introduce our “Little Revolutions” to the physical and mental benefits of yoga.
Registered Yoga Alliance Teacher – 200 hr
Yin Yoga: Foundations – 50 hr
Yin Yoga: Traditional Chinese Medicine – 50 hr
Yin Yoga: Yin Meditation – 50 hr
Julie Iatron discovered yoga in 2013 as a way to help cope with grief. As a busy wife and mom, she knew she needed to make time for self-care, and her yoga practice became the foundation of a more intentional lifestyle. She wanted to share her newfound awareness and knowledge with others and made a career shift into teaching yoga. In 2017, Julie completed her training with Gail Lachs at Windsoul Studio as a 200-hour instructor. Her training included Vinyasa, Hatha, restorative, and chair yoga. In 2019, she pursued her passion for Yin yoga and became certified through the Summers School of Yin Yoga with Josh Summers. She is currently enrolled in the 300 hour Yin Yoga Teacher Training at the Summers School of Yin Yoga.
With two daughters of her own, Julie recognizes the importance of yoga and mindfulness for children, and her teaching practice would not feel complete without her children’s classes. She loves to balance active movement and play with breathing and quiet time and frequently finds herself amazed by what her youngest students have to teach her. Her goal is to help children find ways to calm and regulate themselves and to help process their emotions through body movement and stillness.