My 3 year old daughter can't get enough of her Thursday morning parent and me yoga class. And when at home she is constantly wiggling herself into all sorts of downward dogs and upside down trees. I realize now yoga doesn't have to be limited to her 45 minute yoga session once a week.
We love Laura Fuller and her special brand of yoga goodness. And almost hate sharing this information with you because we're greedy that way and like holding onto the few best kept secrets we have since we don't have many. However, her classes are truly a bargain and she's so wonderful at what she does it almost seems criminal not to share her with you. I'm serious when I say you are getting a deal.
The only outdoorsy thing you've been doing lately seems to be mad dashes from your car to mall entrances. The kids are on constant buzz mode which only seems to be growing in intensity with each passing day drawing you closer to winter break. The insane holiday kookiness is surly pounding you something wicked. Right now you could use a little break to center yourself and recharge before the main event pummels you into next year.
Tomorrow, August 21, 2008 marks the beginning of the rhythmic gymnastics portion of the Summer Olympic Games in Beijing. Some refer to it as the "joke sport" of the Olympics. However, rhythmic gymnastics is quite entertaining and beautiful to watch pairing tiny gymnasts with all sorts of funky equipment. It's also fun for your little ones to try. It requires full body movement which helps develop those gross motor skills.
In our neighborhood we're in the final four weeks of school before the summer belongs to the kids. Out of their routine, away from normal scheduled activity and academia and not seeing friends daily it'll only take less than a week before we'll start hearing that dreaded phrase "I'm bored," probably spewing from my mouth first. On top of that, with an XBOX 360, Wii, computer and DS in the home it's super tempting to let the kids tune in and drop out while mommy works on mommy stuff. But that's not ok and that's not my style.
Kinetic Theory's Circus Arts classes are here in Culver City. "Join the circus" and be home for dinner!Submitted by wendy on May 1, 2008 - 8:27am
As parents raising fearless little dare devils it's hard to deny the instant appeal and wonderment of the circus. To avoid any broken bones when junior decides to do a backward flip off the swings just like his favorite trapeze act why not give him the real deal while learning the fundamentals of the circus arts? A breath of fresh air from your traditional gym lead youth activities, Kinetic Theory is ready to offer Circus Arts classes to Westside boys and girls beginning May 12th in their new training studio!