Come and join a fascinating and magical family yoga workshop where you will be invited to explore the many ways in which yoga can enhance creativity and self-expression. The focus of this workshop will be on how we are connected by breath. You will enjoy the wonders of family yoga through creative partner yoga (adult and child), playful yoga games, the Enchanted Wonders A-Z cards, mindfulness moments, delicious relaxation and art related activity.
The workshop will be divided into two parts. In the first part of the workshop we will explore how family yoga enables us to be connected by love and compassion with ourselves and with everyone else. The second part of the workshop will be dedicated to a related art activity where everybody will be invited to join in and create and then take home their creation.
A mini break with snacks and tea will take place between the two parts and handouts with practical ideas form the workshop will be given at the end. For children 4 years old and up. £25 for 1 child and 1 adult or £35 for a family of 4.
About Ayala Homossany:
Ayala is an explorer, a seeker and a student of life. She has sincere appreciation for creativity of any kind, and she brings her own unique teaching style to her yoga classes and family yoga workshop encouraging her students to appreciate themselves, find their own inner voice and nourish their imagination and creativity through yoga. Ayala incorporates her yoga and meditation practice into her classes and specializes in sharing yoga with families, toddlers, children, teens, and children with special needs.
Ayala is the author of the award winning Enchanted Wonders A-Z cards which are yoga inspired activity cards that elevate children's creativity and self-expression. She is also teaching on the 'Teaching Yoga and Mindfulness for Children' teacher training with Special Yoga at Yogacampus.
Ayala is a qualified British Wheel of Yoga and Yoga Alliance senior teacher having completed her teacher training with Yoga Campus in 2004. She holds an honour degree in visual communication design. Ayala is deeply grateful for all the teachers who have inspired and enriched her over the years, her three boys and all the children who crossed her path.