Yoga Camp or Class for Your Group
Breathing Space instructors are available to teach one-on-one, small group, and private venue classes – virtual or in person
Private Summer Camp
If you wish to gather a group of up to 4-8 children for yoga in your backyard or other appropriate venue, we can set up a recurring class – weekly or daily.
This is appropriate for families who have been quarantining together and can agree to health protocols and social distancing outside of the camp group. Camper group must be consistent – no drop ins. At least one adult family member must be available as a backup adult – to monitor and assist as needed.
Pricing will depend on hours, number of participants, and scope of the program but will range from $400 for 4 1-hr yoga lessons to $1400 for a week-long school length program including arts & crafts and supervised free play. Use the form below to get started.
Looking for Something a Little Different?
- Birthday Parties and Events
A yoga birthday party or special event class can be customize for your child’s interests. Parties an be held at your venue or we can coordinate one. Find out more.
- Large Group instruction – Virtual or In Person
Looking for group instruction in a school or non-public setting or a virtual class for your group?
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