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Summer Camp
For Ages 4 - 12

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Circle Yoga is excited to be offering Yoga Camp again this summer for kids ages 4-12!

This is our 17th consecutive year of offering summer camp, and while we know it will be a bit different this summer, as it was last summer, we also know it will be loads of fun, whatever form it takes. Our dates and plans are still to be determined, but you can count on us for yoga, relaxation and fun this summer.

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Circle Yoga Summer Camp

This is a camp where kids can be kids—free from competition and pressure. Through yoga and mindfulness-based activities, campers have fun and they learn skills for reducing stress, fully accepting and valuing who they are, and respecting others.

Circle Yoga's Kids and Family classes have been a bright light for students and teachers during the quarantine. We’re excited to spread that joy throughout the summer!

Camp Activities

Yoga

Relaxation

Journaling

Crafts

Meditation

Story reading and creating

Mindful movement

Mindfulness camp songs

Creating a strong sense of community

Encouraging cooperation and compassion

Making new friends and greeting old camp friends

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Yoga and meditation are on the agenda at mindfulness-focused summer camps

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The Washington Post Express
by Angela Haupt, March 14, 2018

...If mindfulness-oriented camps are gradually becoming more mainstream, Circle Yoga’s Summer Camp was ahead of the trend. The program has been offered for more than 15 years... “Many kids come back for several weeks each summer and return year after year,” instructor Linda Feldman says.

Kids kick off the day coloring mandalas, then sing mindfulness-themed camp songs so popular with families that the studio turned them into a CD. They do a playful yoga session, with moves like “yoga freeze dance,” plus breathing exercises, guided meditation and a foot massage. They have snacks in a Zen garden and free playtime in a local playground, and they spend time silent journaling. “You’d be amazed how they do this for 20 minutes — they love it,” Feldman says. “It gives kids the permission to just find some stillness, ease, creativity and joy.” More

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Questions?

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