BE Kids Program: Hip Hop, Yoga, Creative Arts & Vegetarian Food

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We have developed a two-hour after-school program for kids and parents incorporating brain yoga–inspired hip-hop and grooving, Ashtanga yoga, and creative arts including story telling and vision boards, as well as vegetarian nutrition and food preparation. The inspiration is to create a platform for kids to express their true potential, with joy and innate intelligence that establishes them in the expansive space of possibility, creativity, and responsibility.

Day: Wednesdays

Time: 3:30pm–5:30pm

Cost: $150 for 12 Classes; No drop-ins at this time

Cristina Bucci, Director of the OURO Collective Dance Group will lead us in a hip-hop dance class using the principles of brain yoga. The students will be given moves to balance the right and left positions of the body simultaneously using distinctive postures that stimulate both sides of the brain.

Candise Pearce, will guide us with Ashtanga Yoga Asanas and introduce nutritious veggie snacks.

Veggie Saatvik Snacks We will have a vegetarian snack and beverage break before moving on to the latter half of the program.

In the Creative Arts section we will feature,storytelling, vision boards, and more introducing guest artists on various occasions.

To Attend:

Please RSVP by emailing contact@bridgeandenrich.com with the subject line "YES to BE Kids"

What is Brain Yoga and How Can it Connect to Hip-Hop?

Using the ancient Vedic tradition of brain yoga, which seeks to strengthen the connections between the brain's left and right hemispheres, this hip-hop class will not only be a fun physical activity but will activate the ability to balance the right and the left brain to help open up the sixth sense. The children will be given moves to balance the right and left positions of the body simultaneously using distinctive postures that stimulate both sides. The brain wave moves from Beta to alpha increasing their alertness and attention. Children are also encouraged to learn a number of postures that bring out a new dimension in their appreciation of their bodies.