If you’re looking for a way to expose your children to yoga and healthy eating while ensuring they have a fun day, give them — and yourself! — a gift by signing them up for the second summer Kids Yoga Staycation Mini-Retreat offered by Cathy Burke, E-RYT at Alexandria’s Ease Yoga & Cafe this Thursday, August 11. Read More
The 8th Annual Love Your Body Yoga Festival in Reston was a great success with thousands of visitors on a sunny, breezy Sunday afternoon. We hope to profile some of the vendors and organizations involved in the coming months and offer this photoblog to capture some scenes from the day.
Ease Yoga & Cafe in the Del Ray neighborhood of Alexandria is celebrating its one-year anniversary with a party on Saturday, June 4 at 7 p.m. The studio, founded and owned by mother of three Tara Casagrande, offers a variety of yoga classes and is also launching a four-week prenatal series on June 4.
Yoga on the Mall has been rescheduled for the fall, and there are lots of other great yoga events coming up between now and then! Read More
Children will eat healthfully if they can have fun with it. I created If It Does Not Grow – Just Say No: Eatable Activities for Kids for children of all ages to discover how much fun they can have with fruits and vegetables. As a mom, I found myself getting frustrated in my goal to have my kids eat healthy foods. That’s when I started trying a fun approach to introducing my kids to fruits and vegetables. Read More
Students from around Fairfax County rose early on Saturday morning to prepare their culinary masterpieces for judges and for the public to taste at the Real Food for Kids Culinary Challenge and Wellness Expo. After the competition was completed, these middle and high school students and other attendees got to participate in two workshop sessions before prizes and awards were handed out. My children are only in elementary school, but our whole family had a lot of fun and learned a great deal about food and about cooking at the event. Read More
When my daughter was three years old, she asked me at least a few times a day: “Wanna see my yoga, momma?” Read More
Yoga-loving families in Metro D.C. learned on Monday that Tenleytown’s lil omm yoga studio is closing its doors at the end of the year, but owner Pleasance Silicki does not want them to have heavy hearts. She is, in fact, really exited about the next phase of life for the community she founded in 2009. Read More
The second annual National Kids Yoga Conference returns to the George Washington University campus November 13-15. The conference “for adults bringing yoga to the next generation” aims to spread the word about the positive benefits of yoga and mindfulness for youth. The event will bring together dozens of inspiring speakers for keynote addresses and breakout sessions and will offer a marketplace of vendors offering services and products to support youth mindfulness education, training and practice.