You can find Laura on Zoom on Thursday evenings at 5pm!
We will occasionally have special themed kids yoga classes for holidays or other special events. Our Facebook page is a great place to see if there are any upcoming special kids yoga classes! Please sign your child up in advance!
Kid’s Yoga with Special Princess Guest
Kids ages 5-11 are invited to join Laura from H2L Studio and The Enchanted Teapot for Kid’s Yoga with your favorite snow princess inspired by the movie Frozen.
Kid’s should bring their own mat/towel or blanket and meet us at Fisher Park in Mechanicsburg. Our character friends will join us for yoga and then be available for photos after. *Kids under 5 are welcome, we just ask the parents stay near then on their mats during class*
H2L Kid’s Yoga Instructors
The Facts: Laura Bickhart teaches Kid Yoga at H2L studio. She received her teaching certification through Kunga Kids Yoga at Village Yoga in Duck, NC. She is currently completing 200 RYT certification through Yoga Farm Ithaca.
Her History: Laura was introduced to yoga in 2006 and has grown with it over the years. She fell deeper in love with her practice through Ashtanga yoga and in more recent years the variety of vinyasa flow classes. While she has always wanted to teach yoga, she became more aware of the need to introduce the many benefits to children while accompanying her daughter to kid yoga classes. She believes that children truly are our future and the benefits of yoga will help them to grow in a multitude of ways. Laura believes that yoga is so much more than asanas (poses) and is enthusiastic to share with others.
What to expect: In Laura’s classes you can expect fun, exercise and games while teaching underlying messages such as compassion, courage and gratitude. Upbeat music that kids can relate to energizes the class and brings together the closing during final relaxation. Simple asanas and breath work are explored but the #1 rule for Kid Yoga is to be kind!
Favorite Quote: “Like the nubs and shoots about to break ground in the spring, something in our very fiber knows where the light is, even when we can’t see it”
Guilty Pleasure: Justin’s peanut butter cups and microbrews (but not together)