Children and Family Programs
with Sat Nam Kaur Khalsa, M. ED
With games, free play, yoga, meditation and gonging, children, teens, and family members of all ages are encouraged to join us for fun and relaxation. Children and teens with special needs are encouraged to attend. Please contact Sat Nam Kaur at 508-259-4665 if you are visiting for the first time and would like to discuss your child’s needs before coming.
All classes are provided freely. Donations are accepted, however, for the maintenance of the Ashram and the many services it provides to the community.
Please fill out our online intake forms before attending your first class.
A traditional Indian meal is freely served at 12:30 pm if you would like to come early. It is a wonderful cultural experience for the whole family! Our mealtime, called Langar, is a 500-year-old tradition from India that began with Guru Nanak. It includes all participants sitting and eating equally, no matter the gender or caste. Feel free to join us!
About Sat Nam Kaur
Sat Nam Kaur Khalsa has served as an educator for over 25 years, from pre-school to college. She is a Kundalini yoga teacher and teaches Emei Qigong. She is a volunteer corporator for the YMCA, and is currently the director of Learning from the Heart, which is offered at various locations in Massachusetts. Incorporating yoga, qigong, reflex integration, and other healing therapies, she facilitates a safe and loving way for children to find their strength within, to heal themselves, and to learn how to read and write with ease. Sat Nam Kaur is the author of Reading from the Heart and has received a citation from the city of Fall River, MA for her work with children and families.
For more information about Sat Nam Kaur, please visit www.learningfromtheheart.com.
with Sangat Dhyan Kaur Khalsa, M. ED
Childplay Yoga– A 6-Week Series
Fun & Creative Yoga Classes for Children Ages 4-11
(Contact the office to find out when our next series will be held)
Childplay Yoga is a beautiful way for children to play at yoga, and be free to express themselves creatively in a positive, uplifting environment.
Over time children will:
- become more balanced physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually
- enhance their coordination, balance, flexibility, group skills, sense of humor, self-esteem, & concentration
- work out excess energy
What Will Your Little Yogi Do in Class?
Breathing Exercises Postures Meditation
Games Stories Movement & Rhythm
Balance & Coordination Exercises Relaxation
About Sangat Dhyan Kaur
Sangat Dhyan Kaur is a certified Kundalini and ChildplayYoga Instructor, and holds a Master’s degree in Elementary Education. For over 15 years, she has provided a playful and positive environment for kids in classrooms, programs, & camps. She has a wonderful enthusiasm for creative play, movement, music, & silliness and loves bringing the benefits of yoga and meditation to kids.