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Announcing Gecko Yoga's FREE DEMO Baby Yoga Class
 

 



ABOUT GECKO YOGA

Gecko Yoga is proud to introduce their Registered Children’s Yoga School (RCYS) by Yoga Alliance USA.  Gecko Yoga is committed to setting the standard of children’s yoga in Hong Kong, Asia and beyond.  Gecko Yoga is the premier provider of quality children’s yoga programs throughout Hong Kong.  Founded in 2009 by Jenny Smith when the concept of children’s yoga was a new idea in Hong Kong, Gecko Yoga was the visionary organisation sharing the benefits of children’s yoga throughout yoga studios and schools.  Gecko Yoga was a major influence in introducing yoga into the Hong Kong school system.

 

Gecko Yoga Programs are designed to have a lasting impact, while at the same time capturing the children’s attention in an interactive, highly educational, fun and informative manner. The Gecko Yoga 95hr Children’s Yoga Teacher Training delivers 6 modules spanning the entire life spectrum of the growing child from infancy to teens.  

 

ABOUT YOUR TEACHER

Gecko Yoga & Jenny have been featured in training professional development, health & wellbeing days for schools; in bespoke teacher trainings for pre & primary schools: as well as having offered Family Yoga classes at the annual Asia Yoga Conference.  Jenny has personally taught over 1,000 hours of children’s yoga, to 100’s of children and teens of all ages and has trained hundreds of teachers from around the world.

 

Gecko Yoga’s mission is to positively impact the lives of millions of children and teenagers.  Jenny believes that yoga provides children of all ages with an unwavering belief in themselves and a strong foundation in a healthy lifestyle which lasts their entire lives.  Her passion is to help children be the healthiest they can be and to help children believe in the limitless possibilities life presents, knowing that there is nothing they can’t achieve once they set their minds to it.

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