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Tuesday, 14 January 2014 14:44

YogaButtons on CTV News

Yoga for kids: Carolyn Lundie from YogaButtons shows some stretches for the season that even kids can do

Wednesday, 30 October 2013 07:55

Awarded New Business of the Year

YogaButtons won New Business of the Year 2013 at the Westside Business Awards by the Kitsilano Chamber of Commerce.


Thursday, 03 October 2013 06:20

YogaButtons Featured in the Vancouver Courier

Kitsilano yoga classes stretch out for kids

Vancouver's latest yoga studio caters to children and families.


On a recent Tuesday evening, my son was a lion and I was a laughing hyena.

Together we took a family class at Yoga Buttons, the city's newest yoga studio and one of the few that caters to children and teens.

As a group, we worked to come up with a symbolic pose for the animal we each chose. There were horses, hippos, dragons and cobras. It was great to see the excitement build as sounds and facial expressions were added to the standard physical representation of each pose.


Elevator Pitch: Describe your business in a nutshell.
YogaButtons is Vancouver's first and only kids and family yoga studio. YogaButtons inspires playful imaginations and active bodies through yoga – for all ages. The studio offers drop-in prenatal, baby, kids (ages 2 to teens), family, specialized adult and private classes. Kids birthday parties, private classes and kids yoga seasonal camps are also offered. Outside of the studio, I present kids yoga workshops and talks for educators at schools, post secondary institutions and conferences. YogaButtons runs in-school yoga programs to supplement the physical education curriculum.

Tuesday, 30 July 2013 00:00

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Just for Kids

Want to entice tots, tykes and teens away from the couch-potato lure of video games and TV? No matter whether the weather is filled with sunshine of the actual or the liquid variety, there's plenty to keep kids active in Vancouver.

Best Kids’ Spring Break Activities in Vancouver


While some parents might panic at the prospect of entertaining the troops for up to two long weeks this Spring Break, Vancouver savvy moms know that the problem isn't finding stuff to do, it's finding time to cram it all in.

As much as kids look forward to Spring Break, the time away from school can leave many parents scrambling to fill the empty hours. But we've got parents covered with a comprehensive list of camps that promise entertaining and educational (not to mention fully supervised) experiences for school-age kiddies.

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