Family Yoga Classes in Toronto

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Sometimes it’s hard to stay as active as your kids. They’re bouncing off the walls and you just want to have a nap. If you’re trying to get in sync with them, physical activity-wise, try taking part in yoga as a family. A great way to strengthen muscles and strengthen bonds, it’s also a wonderful stress reliever for you and the kids.

There are a number of places in the GTA that offer family yoga classes.

Search the Kids’ Yoga & Meditation Directory

Kidnasium

MIDTOWN / DAVISVILLE

Kidnasium has seasonal all-ages family yoga classes that urge students to move and breathe as a family and even entice them into family games of Twister.

745 Mount Pleasant Rd., 2nd floor, Toronto
416-480-2608

YogaBuds

MIDTOWN / HUMEWOOD

Families seeking a positive and loving interaction are led by YogaBuds‘s director Temmi Ungerman Sears who “weaves yoga within the matrix of your family relationships.” Classes include those geared toward families with kids ages 4 and up, parents-and-teens, as well as kids ages 5–9, tweens ages 9–11, youth ages 10–16, and children with special needs. Look for special classes and workshops like Mother-Daughter Yoga and Art Yoga.

165 Dewbourne Ave. (Bathurst and Eglinton), Toronto
416-785-7888

Octopus Garden

WEST END / DUFFERIN GROVE

It’s great to connect through yoga, even when your children are too small to verbally communicate. Octopus Gardenhas family yoga sessions, parent-and-tot yoga classes for mobile babies and pre-crawlers, respectively. It’s a great way to network with a community of new parents. Check the website for information on kids’ and teen yoga classes, too.

967 College St., Toronto
416-515-8885

Roots Yoga Studio

MIDTOWN / ROSEDALE

Mothers and their 7- to 12-year-old daughters are the focus of the Mother-Daughter Yoga class taught by former school teacher Dana Chapman at Roots Yoga Studio. The class is based on the importance of the parent-child relationship and its role in a child’s development. Move, breathe, and create with your child. Check the schedule for other interesting classes like AcroYoga for ages 8–12 and Back-To-School Yoga for kids.

1073 Yonge St., 3rd floor, Toronto
416-642-3595

Young Yoga Masters

WEST END / BLOORCOURT VILLAGE

You can’t beat the price for the family yoga classes at Young Yoga Masters! Free and open to all ages, classes are led by student teachers earning their Kids Yoga Teacher Certification and sometimes by expert trainers. Just pre-register and bring your own mat. You can sign up for a newsletter alerting you to upcoming classes.

Dovercourt House, 805 Dovercourt Rd., Toronto
info@YoungYogaMasters.com

The Flying Yogi

EAST END / LESLIEVILLE

If you’re looking for an out-of-the-box yoga experience, The Flying Yogi delivers. Their suspension yoga helps make kids stronger, more flexible, and builds self-confidence. While the class is recommended for kids ages 6 to 12 years, if a parent is participating, they welcome younger children as well.

245 Carlaw Ave. #007, Toronto
info@theflyingyogi.com

Afterglow Studios

EAST END / THE BEACHES

Afterglow Studios offers a variety of adult and kids yoga classes. Our favourite is the Little Yogis and Caregivers program which welcomes kids 18 months to 5 years old. Parents get to join in on the fun with songs, games, and activities that let your child express themselves while also learning about yoga practices like mediations and a variety of poses.

2034 Queen St. E, 2nd Floor, Toronto
info@tafterglowstudio.ca

123 Kids Yoga

EAST END / LESLIEVILLE

123 Kids Yoga family yoga classes offer a space and time for families to spend time together, while doing yoga poses side by side and as partners. Classes are full of laughter, co-operation and just plain fun! Classes are all inclusive and appropriate for all ages so you can bring the whole family. Be sure to contact the studio for class time and locations.

Contact for time and locations
mia@123kidsyoga.com

Find More Kids’ Yoga in Our Yoga & Meditation Directory

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  • Marlene Ferreira

    i don’t see family yoga for 3yrs @ Yoga Grove on their site as mentioned above. how recent is this list?

    1. Shannon Kelly

      Hi Marlene – Thanks for your comment. This hadn’t been updated in a while, so we’ve removed outdated info. We’ll update the post with some new options in other parts of the city the next month. But for now, we’ve also added a link to our Yoga & Meditation business listings, which include 30 yoga class options for kids and families in Toronto.

  • Sara Mercer

    Hi There!

    We’ve started monthly Family Yoga sessions at Octopus Garden now too! All ages, all abilities – come one, come all! They typically run the first Sunday of the month from 10:30-11:30am. We also have a Parent and Tot series starting on Wednesdays in November from 11:15-12:15pm. We’re working on bringing Kids and Teen programming back too!

    1. Shannon Kelly

      Thanks, Sara! We’ve updated the article with this new information.

  • Louis

    Yoga is great form as fitness as it’s been around for thousands of years and would be great for family fun.

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