Questions about Summer Camp at Circle Yoga? If you don’t find the answer below, email us at email@example.com. See fees and dates.
Is yoga camp like an adult yoga class?
No. Our summer camp is a completely different experience than an adult yoga class. It’s playful and age-appropriate for kids. They’ll learn yoga and mindfulness techniques through play and social interaction—both of which are highly encouraged.
My child has never done yoga before. Is that okay?
Absolutely. The kids have a range of experience with yoga. The counselors are always aware of the kids’ abilities and attentive to their needs.
Is there a lot of outdoor time?
Yes. We go outside multiple times a day, weather permitting. At the park, we eat lunch, as well as have water play and free play (full day camp only). In the studio’s garden, we have snack and do art and crafts.
How many kids are in the camp?
The camp is a single group of up to 15 kids, and varies week-to-week.
How many counselors are there?
There is one lead teacher, a camp coordinator/assistant, at least one experienced teen assistant, and 1-2 teen helpers.
Can I drop off my child early or pick them up late?
Unfortunately, we do not have the staff or space in the studio to accommodate early drop off or late pick up. Camp begins at 9am and ends at 3pm for full day campers and 12pm for half day campers.
My child can be shy in new situations. Will s/he be okay?
Many children are shy when they first come to camp, but the Circle Yoga camp environment is very welcoming and inclusive. Not to worry; our experienced counselors and our unique curriculum will ensure that by the end of the week, your child won’t want to leave!
What should my child wear and bring to camp?
Kids should wear comfortable clothing in which they can move easily. They will also need comfortable walking shoes to go to and from the park. Shoes should be easy on/off, as we’ll be taking them off several times a day. A bathing suit or change of clothes and towel are required for outdoor water play at the park (full day camp only).
Kids should bring lunch (full day camp only), snack, and a water bottle. It’s best if they bring all of their belongings (bathing suit/change, towel, lunch, water bottle) in one easy carry backpack, as we’ll be walking to and from the park for lunch (full day camp only).