eARTh Yoga

4-week yoga and art series for young people inspired by the seasons with Joann O'Meara

Summer Series:
4-Week Series - We will have both a daytime and evening session of eARTh yoga for the summer! Both will start mid-July. Stay tuned for exact dates and times!

The aim of Earth yoga is to introduce children to the natural world through art and yoga. The workshops will introduce what happens in nature through movement in yoga and exploration in art. Each class will focus on an individual characteristic of the season and foster a growing sense of creativity while working on skills such as coordination and teamwork and inherently learning about the cycles of natures, all while having fun!

Cost: $65 for all 4 weeks (Discount for monthly members applies.)


Summer Camps

Camps include yoga games, stories, crafts, and yoga time, with age-appropriate poses and mindfulness exercises. Each week will have its own theme and lesson plans!

Summer Camps for 2018:

Session 1: Tues, Wed & Thurs, July 31-Aug 2, 9:30am-12:30pm

Session 2: Tues, Wed & Thurs, Aug 7-9, 9:30am-12:30pm

Each Session: $125 ($95 for siblings registering for same week, monthly member discounts apply)

Snacks provided. (Snacks may be brought by parents, so long as they are peanut free. We are a completely peanut-free zone.)

We can typically accommodate other ages, if we know in advance. Please email us at if you have other ages you want to register, or with any other questions.

Camp testimonials:

Amazing! — Grady, age 6

Thank you, Alexis had a blast! -Tania

My son Jaydon went to summer camp last year with his brother. Going into the camp, he struggled, at 8 years old, with depression and insomnia and he was seeing a counselor who also diagnosed him with severe anxiety. He loved the camp and said it made him feel calm. In the evenings after camp, he would announce he was going to "meditate" in his room, which basically meant that he went into his room and was able to take a few minutes and relax before bed, and he was able to go to sleep much faster. This was a surprise just because, in his counseling, when we would teach him to meditate or count when he was getting upset, he refused to try it and said that it was "stupid." Well, shortly after that and going to yoga summer camp where he learned with other kids, he loves it and does it at home!  Thank you so much!!  -Angie