Kids & Teen Programs
Yoga Flow SF offers a robust programming for kids and teens. We love providing the space for kids and teens to make friends, learn mindful and heart-centered practices, and have a place to express themselves and be creative! Learn more about our offerings below.
Kids Yoga at the Union Studio
Mondays & Wednesdays 4:00-5:00pmJoin us for weekly Kids Yoga Classes. These classes are a great way to help children grow physically, mentally, and emotionally. And it provides them with tools to relate in healthy ways while building lasting friendships! For kids ages: 5-12 years
Family Yoga at the Noe Valley Studio
Tuesdays & Thursdays 10:45amThese Family Yoga classes incorporate stretches for both parents and little ones, fostering flexibility, strength, and relaxation. It also offers an opportunity to bond with your young one through stories, imaginative play, and simple yoga-inspired games. For kids ages: 4 months to 7 years.
Kids Yoga at the Noe Valley Studio
Sundays 10:30-11:30amJoin us for weekly Kids Yoga Classes. These class offers kids a chance to connect to their bodies and experience mindfulness while having fun and incorporating play! For kids ages: 5-10 years
Kids Summer Camps
Offered at the Walnut Creek StudioOur Kids Summer Camp offers your child an opportunity to explore learning and play! The days are filled with yoga, partner acrobatics, tumbling, meditation, art projects, bubble play and more! For kids 5-10 years old.
Child Care at the Ocean Ave & Walnut Creek Locations
We have childcare! Yes, we said it.
You can practice yoga while your kids play in our mindfulness-play spaces facilitated by loving, attentive, and engaging childcare team members.
About the Childcare Program:
Our teams are staffed with incredible humans who are experienced, patient and kind. The owners of the studio are parents too, and they have curated a program that fosters creative and engaging play-time, while providing you with the space to incorporate self-care into your weekly routine!
"There's joy and wonder everywhere when you see the world through the eyes of a child."