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Apply to be an animator/illustrator with animation skills for Yoga Warrior Tales! Help us animate our Season 1 series!

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Hear what the kids have to say about Yoga with Korra!

Yoga Warrior Tales LLC is an online mindfulness program for kids (ages 4-10). Every lesson is uniquely designed to reach the hearts and spirits of children -- and to teach them how to activate more love, peace, and justice in the world. 

 

I believe kids and parents need more family-friendly programs dedicated to sharing political education through an embodied social justice lens. Yoga Warrior Tales (YWT) emerged to serve this need. My approach to sharing yoga and mindfulness with children is unique because I fuse the following principles together in each YWT episode: 

  • Breath & mindful movement

  • Loving kindness meditations

  • Social justice education

  • Adventure-based & interactive storytelling

  • Animal- & nature-based wisdom

  • Creative, free expression

Hear what the Kids & Parents are saying about Sheena's yoga offerings!

“Every class, we learn something new. Today we learned how to change our mood from down to a smile!” 

                                            - Biko, Providence, RI

“My name is Satya. I love my yoga class with Sheena Aunty. I like getting to solve a problem when we have our yoga adventures. Sheena Aunty is very kind, so I feel good when I am in the class too. I love being a yoga warrior.” 

 – Satya B., Silver Spring, MD

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“Sheena has used yoga as a way to help Naya breathe, meditate, be aware of her surroundings; and to understand that yoga is for the heart, the mind, the spirit as well as the community and environment. I am so happy to continue working with Sheena and to see her grow out this project for many more precious young ones.” 

             – Prof. Noura Erakat, VA

“The biggest win has been seeing my daughter use child’s pose as a place of refuge when she is upset. It’s so settling as a parent to see your child access tools to take care of themselves. I know that she has a tool for life.”

      – Shesheena Bray, Philly, PA

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