Yoga For Kids This Weekend: Imagine Fest and Beautiful Warriors

girl doing yoga
This weekend there are two local events happening that will welcome kids to yoga and related activities. I have a friend who’s been doing yoga since her childhood. That was not my experience. My mom did Jane Fonda’s aerobics workout. But you – you have a chance to give your kids the gift of yoga. It’s a new age, everyone.

Imagine Fest

Sunday, September 25, 2016, 12pm – 7pm
Paramount Ranch
Tickets online only $40 each, $25 for students with ID
($10 parking. A VIP ticket gets you special bathrooms, snacks, and cocktails!)

Imagine Fest is a “bohemian-styled yoga, art and live music festival” that will feature live music, and main stage yoga flow led by top instructors including Agoura Hills’ own Drorit Rudin of Agoura Power of Yoga. There will also be art installations, a vendor “village,” a guided meditation pavilion, food trucks, and special kids’ programming by sponsor Peaceful Ninjas.


Um, sorry. You got me at Peaceful Ninjas. That means you can go enjoy the yoga and meditation while your children are being led through activities that celebrate yoga mindfulness, health, nutrition, and connection to nature.


Proceeds from Imagine Fest will support Unlikely Heroes, a non-profit organization that provides safe home and restoration for victims of child sex slavery. Really, you have to go. It’s your civic duty. Students who purchase a ticket and simply attend the event will get SEVEN (7) community service hours! That’s nearly half their yearly requirement, and this experience is likely to change their lives.


Beautiful Warriors

YogaWorks Westlake Village
2475 Townsgate Rd.
Westlake Village, CA 91361
Saturday, September 24, 1:30-3:00PM
$15 per person

A yoga class for girls ages 11-15
This class will encourage and empower young ladies to shine their light and rise together. The class will consist of yoga postures designed to build strength, focus and confidence while exploring the basic tenets of yoga: non violence, truthfulness, gratitude, kindness, compassion, and joy.

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