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I attended the Baltimore Waldorf School in the late 80s and fifth grade was all about Ancient Greece. We studied the mythology, the history, the geography. I have memories of building models of famous Athens landmarks, we put on a class play complete with Greek Chorus (though I'm fuzzy on the plot), and a relief map ... [Read more]

Very serious skeleton poses just before 2013 trick-or-treating (yes, those are hot pink Hello Kitty socks). Previous costumes include Ruby Glooom (one of this year's criteria was "recognizable), Cinderella, Bat (yes, the costume looks like a fairy princess ballerina, but don't let that fool you), lion, bear, and newborn.

Grown ups sometimes come into a kids yoga class with the expectation that it will be quiet, orderly, and that their child will participate and pay attention the entire time. Part of my job is to help them let go of all of that. Although there are moments, children's yoga classes are not quiet. One of ... [Read more]

Like many mothers of girls, I've struggled with the rise of the princess culture. Until quite recently, we were all about princesses around here. Maya owns each of the tiny fashion dolls, a couple of the Barbie-sized dolls, Cinderella and Sleeping Beauty costumes, princess underwear and several items of bedtime-wear with princesses. And my impression ... [Read more]

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The latest news about Jen's classes can be found on the Breathing Space Family Yoga website and  email newsletter. Jen Mueller can be reached by telephone: (202) 489-7368 jenmuelleryoga [at] gmail [dot] com *replace the [at] with @ and [dot] with . You can also connect with her on Facebook or follow her on Twitter. ... [Read more]

Baby Itsy Bitsy Yoga classes contain dozens of unique yoga postures designed to support baby’s development. Each class is filled with calming, nurturing ways to enhance bonding and improve baby’s sleep. During a Baby Itsy Bitsy Yoga class, babies enjoy yoga while on their backs, tummies, or held in loving arms.For parents, this class is ... [Read more]

Itsy Bitsy Yoga for Tots is a supportive, fun-loving, and active yoga class. As tot’s mobility increases, classes offer tot-centric poses that encourage and support their physical explorations. Tots become more confident in their moving bodies as they practice yoga both in and out of class. During a Tots Itsy Bitsy Yoga class crawlers and ... [Read more]

There is a wonderful variety of yoga classes offered on Capitol Hill. The newest resource for famlies and children is my very own The mission of Breathing Space Family Yoga is to help all family members experience the benefits of yoga. Breathing Space is a mobile program that offers classes for all ages from newborn ... [Read more]

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