Sedona Yoga Festival is delighted to offer a full weekend of open-to-the-public yoga activities for kids ages 6-13.
Programming is scheduled to coincide with adult classes.
So much fun to be had! Acro yoga, yoga dance, music, art, and much more. By donation.
Please note: Kids Yoga Instructors at Sedona Yoga Festival all have fingerprint clearance cards, so your children are in the best hands. We take the safety of our children seriously. The staff and volunteers that run the SYF kid’s yoga program are experienced and professional.
Donation tickets can be found here.
- Mats and materials provided
- Bring water and snacks
- Friday – Saturday 8 am – 5 pm
- Sunday 8 am – 5 pm
- Classes are 1 hour long, supervision will be constant during open hours
- We have release forms available on-site for parents
Meet the 2023 Kids Yoga Instructors
Amee Smith has been involved in yoga studies since 2003 when she received her first 200 hr Yoga Teacher Certification at 7 Centers here in Sedona! Now with well over 600 hrs Yoga teacher training, her background spans Hatha, Kundalini, Pre-Natal, Kids, Yoga Therapy and where her heart is most currently and divinely guided, Conflict Resolution. Through her own healing and recovery experience, she has worked in dual-diagnosis treatment as a technician and group facilitator teaching yoga, meditation/mindfulness. Amee enjoys working with special needs children and disabled adults and is committed to the health and support of our most vulnerable. An ordained minister, lover of the earth, all faces of healing and circles of bodies, she is thrilled to be playing and teaching kid’s yoga again this year in Sedona!
Teaching for 40+ years. Yin/Yang Yoga Certified Teacher for 15 years with classes for all ages. I taught DaoYin Yoga at the SYF in 2022 and truly enjoyed meeting and sharing energies.
Background – BFA in Dance Performance from WMU. I own and instruct at my Pilates Studio in Highland Park, IL since 1997. I also lead a class in Taiji for 7 years.
Classes are for all ages.
My passion is to bring out each individual’s own true nature to get back to the source of being.
A yoga student shared once one word to describe Kathy, and that word was Authentic. Kathy has a youthful, fun, and practical approach to sharing yoga and meditation with others.
Practicing yoga since her teens, she brings with her the understanding and importance of growth, and how yoga is essential as one undergoes changes in their life. Yoga is life, and she loves to live it!
Kimberly found her path in yoga back in 2015. Having created such a positive impact in her own life, she embarked on her journey to becoming a certified yoga teacher in 2019 with Yoga and Barre Haven out of High Bridge, NJ. Growing up in a big family with many children, Kimberly always had a soft spot for nurturing children. She comes with over ten years of childcare experience as well as being certified as a Children’s Yoga and Holistic Birth Educator. One of her passions is to hold space for the families in her community and to nourish the spirits of children by integrating yoga on and off the mat. Kimberly founded Prana of Sedona in 2022, and her goal is to make sure yoga is accessible to everyone of all ages 0-99.
Michael Steele is a retired elementary school teacher and has been performing throughout Sedona and the Verde Valley for 44 years as Magical Michael Steele.
Shandra Ryan is the director of Conscious Education, a local non-profit organization supporting youth and families through nature based art, mindfulness and fitness programs. She has taught elementary school and special education and is a certified children’s yoga instructor. She is a native to Sedona and has raised her three children here.