baby yogis (massage & yoga)

The baby yoga & massage  is suitable for babies aged between 6 weeks to around 7 months (pre crawling). The massage areas covered will include chest and stomach, legs and feet, arms and hands, back, head and face. The benefits for both parent and baby are amazing and include the release of happy hormones making you both feel good. Some other specific benefits include:

For babies

  • increases the bond between parent and baby
  • aids deeper longer sleep
  • relaxing and can reduce crying
  • helps baby ailments such as teething
  • helps tummy troubles such as colic, constipation and digestive issues
  • reduces fussiness
  • enhances development
  • tones and strengthens muscles
  • aids co-ordination
  • increases body awareness
  • boosts immunity

For parents

  • increases the bond with your baby
  • offers empowering tools to help with issues such as colic and sleep
  • helps you sleep better
  • group sessions are great to meet other parents
  • helps you get to know your baby and their cues
  • can help to reduces 'baby blues' and postnatal depression

What to bring?

Bring your baby's changing bag with all the usual items - nappies, change of clothes, bottle etc. as well as a soft blanket or towel to lay your baby on during the massage. We will provide massage oil, however you may want to bring your own. 

kids yoga 

Children are natural yogis as their little bodies seek order and movement. Classes are delivered in a fun and engaging way where the emphasis is on encouraging the children to try poses without feeling pressure to do them correctly. They learn breathing exercises and how to breathe well and deeply. They learn how to relax and how to enjoy the feeling of relaxation. We use small props to make the classes more interesting and to keep the children’s attention. Sometimes the children work with a partner in the group too...partner exercises are great fun! Classes may have a particular theme; for example colours, animals, seasons, festivals or we may choose to develop a class following the children’s own interests for example the seaside, circus etc.

Children’s Yoga Classes help to develop and improve motor skills as well as physical fitness, develop awareness of the senses, enhance imagination and creativity, develop language and communication skills and build social skills.

Although the classes will be structured Debbie will always use her expertise to ensure she observes the collective as well as the individual needs of the children and will adapt the lesson accordingly.

Available classes

  • 2.5-5 years old
  • 5-9 years old
  • 10-14 years old

Classes run as blocks so please contact us to sign up for the next available block:

Children attending the classes should wear comfortable clothing suitable for exercising and may wish to bring a small water bottle with them. 

kids yoga at Gallery48 in Dundee

We have a few pop-up kids yoga classes at Gallery48 in Dundee. They are 45min classes, parents can stay and will be treated with a coffee and a slice of cake. 

The current dates are

12 July at 10.15am

25 July at 10.15am 

Please book online as always. 

who is your teacher?

Debbie Brown is our super hero kids yoga teacher. She is is an Area Officer Tayside for the children’s health charity Action for Sick Children Scotland and she has got a great deal of experience in child development, health and wellbeing. She is also very experienced in working with children with a wide range of additional support needs. Debbie enjoys learning and enhancing her skills and has completed numerous training courses including Development Attachment & Resilience, Child & Adolescent Mental Health and in 2014 gained a Counselling qualification from Abertay University. 

Debbie’s personal yoga journey began in 2015 when she was recovering from injuries and she has been addicted to yoga ever since, stating that she can’t remember feeling fitter, healthier and more energised at any stage in her life than she does now! 

join us for the fun

With the new day comes new strength and new thoughts.
— Eleanor Roosevelt