Why you will love this approach to fun and learning for your children...
Rina Jakubowicz designed the Super Yogis Show as a place for kids to get together and share similar issues.
Practical life skills taught in the ancient teachings of yoga like Vedanta and the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali.
Healthy tools to feel good in their bodies and with their emotions.
Help decrease anxiety.
Help cope with all emotions, especially negative ones.
The classes consist of a theme, breathing exercises, poses, games, activities, adventures, meditations, songs and relaxation.
All learning is based on fun, feeling empowered and being uplifted!
Rina wishes she had these tools in school herself.
To Happify and Healthify Children's Lives!
From Our Founder:
“I am so excited to have created a learning environment that I would’ve liked to have gone to when I was that age. And now that I have the yoga background I can teach kids some of these life lessons, but in a fun and supportive environment. Really empowering them to live life in a way that serves them and others mutually.”
I cannot explain the gratitude I have for Rina and all that I’ve learned from her and now being able to pass along to my kids is truly a special gift.
My 3 year old daughter Megan and I watched one of your videos yesterday. Today, I heard her whispering to herself 'I am free. I am calm. I am free. I am calm.' I said, 'Megan, what did you say?' and she repeated it with a smile. It melted my heart because she was using it while having fun and not in a stressful situation. It was only the 2nd video we've watched.
Thank you, Rina.
The benefits of attending her classes are endless and the lessons learned can help reduce aggression, bullying, emotional disorders, poor self-esteem, and behavioral problems.
My boys, Christian (5), Jaemin (3) and Zion (1.5) love Super Yogis! Especially with Jaemin who has trouble with frustration and calming down. He was recently diagnosed with ASD (autism spectrum). He really got into it, loved roaring like a lion and he is much better with calming himself down. He puts his hands in prayer pose and takes deep breaths. He does it at bed time! Thank you, Rina!