I rarely do yoga classes by myself, but I have really enjoyed doing it with my daughter, starting when she was 2 years old. Compared to an adult class, yoga with kids and parents feels less intimidating to me, free of any pressure or expectations. My daughter often spends the class using me as her jungle gym, and I just try to sneak in a downward dog when I can or attempt the poses with her clinging to my back.

While it’s not as relaxing as a solo class, doing yoga with kids can be a breath of fresh air. In the midst of the chaotic and demanding work of parenting, it’s a great reminder of the power of deep breaths, mindfulness, and nature, if you’re yoga-ing outside. When I’m lying on my back in the grass with my child resting on my stomach, I feel at peace knowing we’re doing something restorative for both of us.

If you’re looking to try yoga with your kids, there are many wonderful instructors in Austin who offer classes for children of all ages, from babies to teens.

Here are the best instructors and studios who teach yoga for kids in Austin.

ATX Yoga Girl 

Cynthia Bernard is a Certified Adult and Children’s Yoga and Meditation teacher who hosts classes at various locations around Austin. She regularly teaches Toddler Yoga and Kids Yoga in central and south Austin at the Wildflower Center, Pease Park, Casa de Luz, and Zilker Botanical Garden. Visit her website for her complete schedule. We are big fans of Ms. Cynthia and her warm and calming teaching style that emphasizes mindfulness.


Studio Satya (North Central)

This welcoming studio in north central Austin is the only one in the city with classes for kids of all ages, from Baby and Me Yoga (age 6 weeks to crawling), Crawlers and Toddlers Yoga (age 9 months to 2 years), Parent and Child Yoga (ages 2-5), Kids Yoga (ages 5-11), Yoga for Tweens, and Yoga for Teens.

Wagon Wheel Wellness

Kaitlyn Cautero, who has a background in special education, teaches Toddler Mommy and Me Yoga and Elementary Kids Yoga at locations like Circle C Community Center and Wildflower Park in south Austin. Follow her on Instagram to see her weekly class offerings.


Little Bluebonnet Adventures 

Instructor Alyssa Lorenz teaches kids yoga and movement and mindfulness classes for a variety of age ranges at north Austin locations like the Toybrary, Finding Balance Studio, and Katherine Fleischer Park. Check out her website and Instagram for the current offerings.

Shakti Kids Yoga 

This community of children’s yoga instructors currently hosts free monthly family yoga classes at Calyx Healing Center in south central Austin.


Del Sol (Southwest)

Both a yoga and kung fu studio, Del Sol offers weekly kids yoga classes for ages 4-10, as well as kids’ yoga summer camps.

Saplings Studio (Northwest)

This art studio offers semester-long Art and Yoga combo classes for ages 18 months to 5 years, which include 20 minutes of family yoga, and then 35 minutes of art and sensory stations.

My Vinyasa Practice

This studio regularly hosts community events like family yoga and toddler yoga. Visit their Eventbrite page to see all upcoming events.

Aerial Yoga

Aerial Yoga of Austin (Lakeway)

Kids ages 7 and up can learn the fundamental techniques of aerial yoga, including wraps, climbs, poses, and transitions into fluid movements.

Moonshine Yoga (Cedar Park, Liberty Hill)

Both locations offer aerial yoga classes for ages 7-12 and camps for ages 6-12.

Postnatal Yoga

Austin Yoga Lounge (Central)

Postnatal yoga classes for the postpartum person and baby to increase energy, strengthen the pelvis and core, and relieve stress. Babies of pre-crawling age welcome.

Oak + Lotus Yoga (South)

Baby + Me Flow classes allow caregivers to bond with their babies through gentle movements and poses. Pre-walking babies welcome.


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