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Summer fun: Blue Ewe plans yoga for children

Blue Ewe Yoga Studio offers yoga camps for kids
The Blue Ewe Yoga Studio is offering two week-long yoga camps for children this summer.
• For campers ages 6-9, the studio will offer “Hiss Like A Cobra, Buzz Like a Bee,” the week of July 16-20, from 9-11:30 a.m. This series of animal-and nature-themed classes introduces children to basic yoga poses and to the magical powers of their own breath. They will be instructed in elementary yoga poses designed to increase their flexibility, balance and focus. Each class will end with a healthy snack and a fun recycled art project featuring the animal of the day.
•“Let Your Divine Shine” is offered the week of July 30-Aug. 3, from 9-11:30 a.m., for campers age 10-13. This series of classes is designed to introduce young adolescents to their amazingly perfect bodies and how yoga can benefit everybody, regardless of shape or size. Children will also be introduced to guided meditation, yoga nidra, and will be instructed in basic skeletal and muscular anatomy. A healthy snack will be provided daily.
The cost for each camp is $100. Class size is limited and preregistration is required. The Blue Ewe Yoga Studio is located inside the Green Goat Gallery at 516 S. Salisbury Ave. in Spencer. For more information and to register for classes, contact Anne Waters at 704-639-0606.

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