Most Crème de la Crème parents understand that a daily stretching routine delivers some impressive results. However, our image of a typical Sin City yoga studio probably isn’t filled with children. Yet, this gentle sport can have a lasting, positive impact on your kiddo’s wellbeing and boosts their physical health, too. When the kids are ready to hit the mat, use this guide to find yoga classes just for them around North Las Vegas, Nevada.

What To Look For in a Kid’s Yoga Class

Parent and child doing yoga exercise

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Today’s children are often overstimulated by distractions, from social media to high-tech toys. Consistent yoga practice comes with loads of health benefits to combat these stressors, even for children as young as kindergarten. It builds body awareness, helps with relaxation, improves flexibility, and boosts overall wellbeing. 

For those reasons alone, you should consider doing yoga with your kids. However, teaching a kid’s class is different than teaching adults. Before you sign your kiddos up at the local studio, keep a few things in mind, like your child’s mental and physical development. For example, a 5-year-old may thrive with a simple style like Yin, while your tween may shine in a more complex class like Vinyasa. To go about selecting a suitable yoga class for your little ones, consider these questions:

  • Should you enroll them in an In-person or virtual program?
  • Is the instructor certified to teach children?
  • How long are the lessons, and does your child have the necessary attention span to participate fully?
  • How much will it cost?
  • Does the studio have a strong, family-oriented community?

There are also a few poses and breathing exercises (Pranayama) that experts recommend for children. Ask your child’s prospective instructor if the lessons will feature any of these asanas:

  • Downward Dog (AdhoMukhasvanasana).
  • Tree Pose (Vrikshasana).
  • Warrior One (Virabhadrasana).
  • Mountain (Tadasana).
  • Butterfly (BaddhaKonasana).

Kintsugi Yoga

Located conveniently in the Summerlin area on North Buffalo Drive, Kintsugi Yoga is a yoga and meditation center for all ages. Owners Adam Daudier and Jess Molasky opened the studio in 2019 with a curriculum focused on proper breathing techniques, meditation, and natural movement.

Its goal is to provide students with a space to grow physically and mentally and pass on the knowledge you and your child need to build a lifelong yoga practice. Pick from a wide range of yoga and meditation classes for all levels at Kintsugi, including: 

  • Vinyasa.
  • Ashtanga.
  • Power.
  • Kundalini.
  • Yin.

Las Vegas Centennial Hills Community Center YMCA

Your neighborhood Y is a terrific place to go for all kinds of youth and adult activities, including yoga. Head to the Centennial Hills location on North Buffalo Drive. Your little ones will get to know the Y’s core values of honesty, caring, respect, and responsibility, in addition to a few new asanas.

Yogi Hannah leads kiddos ages 3 to 7 in a 50-minute blend of active yoga sequences and yoga-inspired games in the center’s Fun Zone. Your kiddos don’t need any prior experience to attend. Check the YMCA’s online calendar for dates and times.

Outschool Video Chat Classes

Inspire kids to love yoga with an Outschool class. These online sessions take place over Zoom, and teachers gear it towards kids ages 3 to 18. The marvelous thing about this wellness program is that there’s no commitment. You can pay per class and only register for those courses your kids actually want to attend. It’s the perfect way to squeeze in a yoga class anytime, even before school, and some lessons cost just $6.

Set your kiddos up for a day of success with Flexibility and Stretching: Gymnastics, Acro, Cheer, Dance, Yoga, and Aerial. If your son or daughter is interested in gymnastics, dance, or cheerleading, give this outstanding yoga class a chance. Instructor Katty holds a master’s in education and designed this program to improve students’ overall fitness and flexibility. Its curriculum can be adapted for beginner or advanced students between the ages of 6 and 10.

Yoga With Unicorns, Dragons, Mermaids, and Rainbows! features breathing techniques associated with mythical creatures. Certified kids’ yoga instructor Tracy Hartmann teaches children’s yoga in a fun and exciting way, and this class only runs 30 minutes, so your 5 to 9-year-olds won’t get bored.


Schedule some mommy and me time with a Mild class at HIBS Yoga on West Horizon Ridge Parkway in nearby Henderson. The expert guides here use proven meditation, breathing, and relaxation techniques to melt away tension, stress, and anxiety. Once you and your kiddos start doing yoga routinely, you’ll see that it’s not just about what you do on the mat. It is a science that will improve your family’s everyday life outside the studio.

Whether you’ve got an annual performance evaluation at work or your teen is studying for the SATs, these classes are the perfect antidote for busy families. This restorative, slow-paced class is ideal for students of all skill levels, from first-timers to advanced practitioners. Bring your own mat, or borrow one from the studio. Don’t forget, online pre-registration is required.

Blue Sky Yoga

Blue Sky Yoga on East Charleston Boulevard is a unique place to stretch both your mind and body. This artist-oriented space is as much an art gallery as it is a family-friendly yoga studio. It offers an awesome workshop just for you and the kids. Kids and Family Yoga with Cheryl includes fun postures, sound healing, music, and relaxation. You can drop the kiddos off or join in on the fun. No experience is necessary, and this studio even offers a Prenatal Yoga with Jillian class for those expectant moms.

Well, that’s a wrap. These yoga classes for kids around North Las Vegas were brought to you by Crème de la Crème. Did you like our picks? If we miss a favorite youth yoga studio that your family loves, please let us know. Drop us a line so we can be sure to add it to our list and share it with other health-conscious Nevada families like yours.