Healthy Happy Kids Week 1st – 6th graders

March 17 – 21, Monday – Friday

March 24 – 28, Monday – Friday

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Times: Drop-off 8:30 – 9 am

Pick up 4:30 – 4:45 pm

20 students maximum per week

Each week will include many of the following activities: Archery · Yoga · Nia · Hula · Acro Yoga · Tumbling · Aikido · Song/dance/Acting · Hooping · Outdoor games and activities · Drums Alive · Nutrition/Cooking · Capoiera · Lomilomi · Self-care massage- Beach outings*! *some activities not offered both weeks

This is a spring break “youth wellness experience” intended to inspire a healthy lifestyle and cultivate the whole child:  body, mind, emotions and spirit.  Elements we seek to enhance:

 

Healthy body:  Proper nutrition, balance between activity and rest, proprioception (awareness of where one’s body is in space), prowess, flexibility, strength, balance, ability to achieve calm.

Healthy mind:  Ability to hold attention, concentration to delve deeply, memory, curiosity, ability to plan ahead, ability to make connections, ability to achieve calm.

Healthy emotional nature: Ability to perceive and express own feelings, ability to let go of particular emotion, kindness, empathy for the feelings of another, honesty with self and others, ability to achieve calm.

Healthy spirit: Individuality and uniqueness bubbling to the surface effervescently, rebounding Joy in the midst of adversity, self-determination, ability to achieve calm.

After Camp option: Aerial yoga or aerial dance class @ 5 classes for $85 or 4 classes for $70 if Fridays are unavailable

Healthy Happy Kids Week 1st – 6th graders

March 17 – 21, Monday – Friday

March 24 – 28, Monday – Friday

Sign Up Now!

Times: Drop-off 8:30 – 9:00 am

Pick up 4:30 – 4:45 pm

20 students maximum per week

Each week will include many of the following activities: Archery · Yoga · Nia · Hula · Acro Yoga · Tumbling · Aikido · Song/dance/Acting · Hooping · Outdoor games and activities · Drums Alive · Nutrition/Cooking · Capoiera · Lomilomi · Self-care massage- Beach outings*! *some activities not offered both weeks

This is a spring break “youth wellness experience” intended to inspire a healthy lifestyle and cultivate the whole child:  body, mind, emotions and spirit.  Elements we seek to enhance:

Healthy body:  Proper nutrition, balance between activity and rest, proprioception (awareness of where one’s body is in space), prowess, flexibility, strength, balance, ability to achieve calm.

Healthy mind:  Ability to hold attention, concentration to delve deeply, memory, curiosity, ability to plan ahead, ability to make connections, ability to achieve calm.

Healthy emotional nature: Ability to perceive and express own feelings, ability to let go of particular emotion, kindness, empathy for the feelings of another, honesty with self and others, ability to achieve calm.

Healthy spirit: Individuality and uniqueness bubbling to the surface effervescently, rebounding Joy in the midst of adversity, self-determination, ability to achieve calm.

After Camp option: Aerial yoga or aerial dance class @ 5 classes for $85 or 4 classes for $70 if Fridays are unavailable

Fridays Jan 3 -31 (no class on 1/17)

Performance Series

$79  for 4 class series. No drop ins

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Kids are fearless of movement and childhood is the perfect time to get them moving in the air! This fun and safe class will teach children the basics of aerial silks dance. Kids will learn hanging, flying, spinning, cocooning, and many basic aerial silk movements and poses in both hammocks and silks. This class can increase coordination, balance, and concentration. All classes will contain a warm-up, skill teaching and practice, an improv, and stretching. Kids will learn choreography and perform it during our Global Dance Cafe on the second Saturday of the month following their series.

Heather Booth first learned the art of trapeze and aerial dance in 1997 in New Orleans, and she’s had a hard time walking on the ground ever since! Heather owns Miraas Aerial, a Denver-based aerial studio, where she spent four years as Creative Director and Lead Instructor, teaching aerial silk/fabric, static trapeze, lyra, and aerial yoga to adults and children. 
Heather is excited that she now lives in Honolulu and is part of the Still & Moving Center! Trapeze video
heather boothHer aerial trainers include: Julio Batista de Souza of Cirque du Soleil’s “Ka”, Alexandra Walker of the Slavic Sisters; Carrie Heller of the Circus Arts Institute; Shayna Swanson of Aloft, Lisa Natoli of Lisa’s Bright Ideas, and Josh McGirk of Aeriality, where she received Aerial Yoga teacher training.

 

Jan 5 – Jan 26, 2014

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This dynamic series will accommodate any experience level, ages 6-12. Aerial yoga is a safe way to learn coordination and proprioception: where your body is in space. As the child twists, turns, balances, stretches and hangs upside down, supported by the aerial silk hammock, there is a great increase in body awareness. This series facilitates progressive learning – from basic to more advanced coordination, strength and balance skills.

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Fridays Jan 3 -31 (no class on 1/17)

Performance Series

$79 for 4 class series. No drop ins

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Kids are fearless of movement and childhood is the perfect time to get them moving in the air! This fun and safe class will teach children the basics of aerial silks dance. Kids will learn hanging, flying, spinning, cocooning, and many basic aerial silk movements and poses in both hammocks and silks. This class can increase coordination, balance, and concentration. All classes will contain a warm-up, skill teaching and practice, an improv, and stretching. Kids will learn choreography and perform it during our Global Dance Cafe on the second Saturday of the month following their series.

Heather Booth first learned the art of trapeze and aerial dance in 1997 in New Orleans, and she’s had a hard time walking on the ground ever since! Heather owns Miraas Aerial, a Denver-based aerial studio, where she spent four years as Creative Director and Lead Instructor, teaching aerial silk/fabric, static trapeze, lyra, and aerial yoga to adults and children. 
Heather is excited that she now lives in Honolulu and is part of the Still & Moving Center! Trapeze video
heather boothHer aerial trainers include: Julio Batista de Souza of Cirque du Soleil’s “Ka”, Alexandra Walker of the Slavic Sisters; Carrie Heller of the Circus Arts Institute; Shayna Swanson of Aloft, Lisa Natoli of Lisa’s Bright Ideas, and Josh McGirk of Aeriality, where she received Aerial Yoga teacher training.

 

with Ki Mary Wagar

Sundays 10:30 – 11:30 am

Jan 5 – Jan 26, 2014

$75 series (4 classes)

$21 drop-in per class

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This dynamic series will accommodate any experience level, ages 6-12. Aerial yoga is a safe way to learn coordination and proprioception: where your body is in space. As the child twists, turns, balances, stretches and hangs upside down, supported by the aerial silk hammock, there is a great increase in body awareness. This series facilitates progressive learning – from basic to more advanced coordination, strength and balance skills.

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Fridays Jan 3 -31 (no class on 1/17)

Performance Series

$79  for 4 class series. No drop ins

Sign Up Now!

Kids are fearless of movement and childhood is the perfect time to get them moving in the air! This fun and safe class will teach children the basics of aerial silks dance. Kids will learn hanging, flying, spinning, cocooning, and many basic aerial silk movements and poses in both hammocks and silks. This class can increase coordination, balance, and concentration. All classes will contain a warm-up, skill teaching and practice, an improv, and stretching. Kids will learn choreography and perform it during our Global Dance Cafe on the second Saturday of the month following their series.

Heather Booth first learned the art of trapeze and aerial dance in 1997 in New Orleans, and she’s had a hard time walking on the ground ever since! Heather owns Miraas Aerial, a Denver-based aerial studio, where she spent four years as Creative Director and Lead Instructor, teaching aerial silk/fabric, static trapeze, lyra, and aerial yoga to adults and children. 
Heather is excited that she now lives in Honolulu and is part of the Still & Moving Center! Trapeze video
heather boothHer aerial trainers include: Julio Batista de Souza of Cirque du Soleil’s “Ka”, Alexandra Walker of the Slavic Sisters; Carrie Heller of the Circus Arts Institute; Shayna Swanson of Aloft, Lisa Natoli of Lisa’s Bright Ideas, and Josh McGirk of Aeriality, where she received Aerial Yoga teacher training.

 

Sundays, July 21 – August 25

9:00 -10:00 am

$20 per event for family of 2, plus $7 per additional family member

$100 for all 6 events for families of up to 4 members

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Ever feel as if your family gets so busy, you don’t have a chance to really connect and enjoy each other’s company? Come relax and have fun participating in family movement activities. Parents and/or grandparents with keiki 3 years and up are invited to come participate together. These classes are intended to provide carefree interactions among family members and with other families. Be surprised at all the wonderful and creative ways your child can move, and find new, positive ways to play together. Connect with your own family and meet new friends. Wear comfortable clothes, bring a water bottle and come ready to MOVE!

Space is limited, online reservations are highly recommended. Sorry – no care available for 0-2 year olds. Make sure to have a second parent able to take the little one out of the classroom if crying or fussing while the first parent participates with the older child.

July 21

FEEL THE BEAT – Family Percussion Playshop – Kids 8 years and up

NIA FOR LITTLE KIDS  3-7 years old

July 28

AERIAL YOGA & HOOPS OF FUN! – Family Aerial Yoga & Hula Hooping

August 4

FAMILY AIKIDO – Harmonizing Family Energy through Connection

August 11

FAMILY ALIGNMENT– Yoga for the Whole Family

August 18

NIA TIME TO PLAY – Dads, Moms, Grands & Kids

August 25

HOOPS OF FUN! – Family Hula Hooping Finale!

Details of class descriptions & teachers on this link: 

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with Ki Mary Wagar

10:30 – 11:30 am

Sundays June 30 – July 28

$89 series

$21 drop-in per class

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This dynamic series will accommodate any experience level, ages 6-12. Aerial yoga is a safe way to learn coordination and proprioception: where your body is in space. As the child twists, turns, balances, stretches and hangs upside down, supported by the aerial silk hammock, there is a great increase in body awareness. This series facilitates progressive learning – from basic to more advanced coordination, strength and balance skills. 

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Nia Black Belt & International Trainer

July 20 – 27

$17 (class packages may not be used)

5 classes $75

3 classes $48

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