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Why you shouldn’t take traditional Yoga Kids Teacher Training?
Traditionally, those wanting to teach Kids Yoga attend a class for many days to learn the Kids Yoga exercises, or take an online course with several hours of videos presenting the exercises. Upon completing the course, you receive a certificate saying that you are Kids Yoga teacher now. So what should you do now?
Unfortunately, in many cases that were it stops. After a week you barely even remember all the stories you suppose to tell and how all the exercises should be performed, and you have no idea what do to on the 5th lesson and beyond… the same stories and 10-20 exercises again?
SiRA Fly Yoga uses a completely different approach to training teachers called micro-learning. Micro-learning has been adopted by leading-edge schools and companies worldwide. Micro-learning is the ultimate solution for start teaching Kids Yoga in a practical way. By engaging in weekly bite-sized learning, you’re able to easily deliver varied, enjoyable Aerial Yoga sessions with minimum effort.
Start teaching and enjoying Aerial Yoga for Kids and create a steady and continuous income stream.
Micro-learning means we provide ready to use materials for each session that allow you to start teaching Aerial Yoga for Kids today! No need to memmorize anything. The year-round program consist of detailed lesson plans for each session, videos explaining each exercise step by step, cheat sheets to be used in the class and workshops plan. Each lesson plan incorporates over 10 years of experience teaching Yoga for Kids and provides all the necessary information including what and when need to be said, tips and recommendation, so even if you have no previous experience teaching Yoga for Kids you will have all the tools to deliver successful Aerial Yoga for Kids sessions.
Why Aerila Yoga Kids?
When I started teaching Yoga for Kids I found that it was difficult for kids that are used to fast changing screens to focus on a yoga class for 45 minutes. The traditional story telling Kids Yoga classes are too boring for kids over 8 years old. I also discovered that parents have quite a few stigmas about yoga and most of them do not think it can be suitable for children and therefore not keen to bring them to try the class.
Aerial Yoga Kids combines yoga, stretching, strength, movement with the hammock in the air using images from nature and the animal world. Swinging in a hammock inverting and doing yoga poses is what makes kids of all ages love Fly Yoga.
The Aerial Yoga Kids Class combines Yoga physical activity, along with important life skills such as proper posture, the ability to relax, to listen to the body and to each other. In addition to the value and skills the class gives to children, it’s just a lot of fun for them. This type of physical activity is so crucial to balance out the time that our children are sitting involved with electronics and video games.
The kids don’t need to be an acrobats or a gymnasts to learn, love and enjoy Aerial Yoga.
Aerial Yoga Kids Class – This is an opportunity for a unique activity where children enjoy a wonderful sense of hovering, fun and freedom!
Year-round Aerial Yoga for Kids program is ready and waiting for you to start teaching it today!
What do you get in the SiRA Fly (Aerial) Yoga program?
You get membership access to all the necessary content to deliver Aerial Yoga Kids all year round. The year round program has been built to start with the basics of aerial yoga and to teach the kids up to very advance level of aerial yoga exercise. Each lesson teaches new skills on top of the previous lesson and prepares the kids for the more advance exercises in the next session. It’s not necessary to memorise anything, as you will also get a cheat sheet, to place in front of you during the class.
- 35 detailed illustrated plans of the year-round classes.
- Over 130 exercise videos with detailed explanations (and we keep adding).
- Cheat-sheet to use during each activity.
- In addition to the year-round classes, you will get holiday workshop plans (New Year’s, Valentine’s Day etc.), and Fly Yoga Party plans (Family Day, Birthday, etc.).
- Tips and tricks for each class and advice on how to manage a group of kids.
Everything is planned and structured in such a way that you don’t need prior experience in aerial yoga to be able to teach the class.
To get started, sign up for free and get immediately access to:
Over 150 FREE Step-by-Step Exercise Videos
FREE Illustrated Lesson Plan and cheat sheet to use in the class
Aerial Yoga Tips and Tricks in Each Session
Why You Should Teach Aerial Yoga for Kids?
Full Yoga Classes
+ Kids can do yoga and they absolutely love it
Kids are doing yoga and they absolutely love it – even after I chose my niche of yoga for kids, I had a problem with many parents who had prejudices about yoga. They didn’t believe that yoga was suitable for their kids. In spite of the story in each lesson, the kids were not as excited as they are now with Fly Yoga. Today, the parents tell me their kids wait eagerly the entire week for their day of Fly Yoga.
+ Year-round program – once signed up, children will attend for the entire year
Once they are signed up, kids continue attending the program for the entire year. Fly Yoga for Kids puts an end to the struggle of bringing new customers to each class. SiRA Fly Yoga for Kids is a year-round program. Once a year, in September, I open sign-ups for a year-round program and I’m free from worrying about bringing in new customers during the year. Of course, there are some who decide to leave early or join late, but this is only a small percent of the participants. Most of the kids continue with Fly Yoga through the entire year, or even for 3 years.
+ You will feel a sense of fulfilment and contribution by teaching yoga to kids
We all practice and teach yoga not only because it is a great physical activity, but because it is a way of life. Teaching a young generation about the gift of yoga has given me a great sense of fulfilment. When I see kids improving their posture, becoming stronger and more relaxed, I get a feeling that I’m fulfilling my purpose.
+ Unique niche – be the first or only one to teach aerial yoga for kids in your area
You’ll likely be the only one offering aerial yoga for kids in your area. Aerial yoga is a unique niche, even though it has become quite trendy in some areas. While you can learn about aerial yoga on the internet, you won’t find many teaching it in your local area. When it comes to Fly Yoga Kids, you will be probably the only one in your area. No direct competition means you’ll stand out to future clients.
+ Fly Yoga Kids classes usually take place during afternoon hours, time-slots that go unused in most Yoga studios
Fly Yoga Kids classes usually take place during afternoon hours, an unused time-slot in most studios. This means you can add more working hours to your studio without affecting the existing lessons. If you don’t have your own studio, it should be quite easy for you to find a space to deliver Fly Yoga Kids classes.
Constant Income Stream
+ Monthly payments throughout the year create a steady stream of income
Since SiRA Fly Yoga is a year-round program, you can charge a monthly payment throughout the year. Those monthly payments create a steady stream of income. You’ll no longer have to worry each month if you will be able to pay your rent or mortgage. The credit card company I’m working with charges the customer automatically each month, so I don’t need to worry about collecting payments any more.
+ Sense of fulfillment – earn a good salary by teaching yoga
It’s a great sense of fulfillment to earn a good salary from teaching yoga. Nobody expects they’ll become a millionaire from teaching yoga, but you can and should be able to make a decent living out of it. Being able to earn money from what you love to do is the best thing anyone can ask for in this life.
+ Retention – steady attendance means no need to look for new clients for each session
SiRA Fly Yoga Kids is a year-round program charged monthly. Since it’s so fun, I have full classes of kids and don’t need to look for new clients for each lesson. If attendance wanes during holidays, or if a child gets sick, I still get paid the monthly payment.
+ Set yourself apart from the competition and acquire new customers easily
It’s easy to bring the kids to your classes (acquire new customers). First of all, there will be no direct competition since you will probably be the first to teach Fly Yoga Kids in your area. In addition, since you are approaching a specific niche, it will be very easy to target this niche with your marketing and advertising. Parents are looking for after school activities for their kids, so you can participate in different parenting forums and Facebook groups, and you can advertise locally in family-friendly neighborhoods, depending on what works best in your community. In any case, it’s easy to identify and reach your target customers – parents of kids who are 5-15 years old.
My classes are full of joyful Kids enjoying SiRA Aerial Yoga yearly program
It worked for me and it can work for you!
How did I started?
In 2009 when I opened my Yoga Studio, I decided to focus mainly on Yoga for Kids. This decision was driven by my belief in the value that yoga can bring to kids during their childhood, as well as the value it can bring to them throughout their entire life. In addition, the yoga market, within my town, was saturated with tens of different Yoga studios types.
The Struggle I Faced
While I felt strongly in my belief that yoga could have a lifelong impact on my students, I found that it was difficult for kids to focus on a yoga class for 45 minutes. I also discovered that parents have quite a few stigmas about yoga and most of them do not think it can be suitable for children and therefore not keen to bring them to try the class. For a long time, like many yoga teachers, I worked hard to bring the lids to my yoga classes, but I could not really say that I was making a decent living from giving yoga classes.
The success of SiRA Fly Yoga
One day I saw a video of aerial yoga in hammocks. I felt it was really cool and I had to try. I ‘ve passed the aerial yoga teachers training. That’s how my love for Fly Yoga started. The decision to combine aerial yoga in my Yoga Kids classes was very natural. I started with a workshop, but I still did not know how to deliver the same limited number of exercises I had learned in a teacher’s course for a whole year in a year-round children’s class.
I’ve taken my knowledge of yoga therapy and yoga for kids and combined it with the hammock into a unique year-round SiRA Fly Yoga program. The SiRA Fly Yoga program combines all the benefits of yoga with the fun types of activities that both children and adults love! My classes started to fill up and I had to open more and more new groups. Over the years I’ve seen what works better and what’s less and the original program has undergone a lot of changes.
Today, I deliver Fly Yoga Kids & Teens & Adults classes based on a year-round program for beginners and advanced students (yes, there are children who continue attending the class for 4 years) and also deliver “Parents & Kids” and the holidays workshops and Fly Yoga Birthday Parties.
Kids come to this class and don’t want to leave and adults are asking me to open more classes. The struggle that I faced teaching traditional yoga classes disappeared when I started teaching Fly Yoga and I currently have a strong enrollment with 3 full classes per day.
Today I can say with a confidence that I earn a decent living by teaching yoga
Are you looking to fill up your Yoga classes and increase income?
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Don’t give up on teaching yoga for a living
Studies show more than 70% of Certified Yoga teachers give up on their passion to teach yoga because of their struggle to earn a decent living from it. Perhaps you too have experienced this, for example:
- You struggle with attracting new customers
- Your classes are constantly at less than capacity
- You find yourself delivering the same lesson each week
- Your students do not attend the sessions consistently
- Planning your classes takes too much of your time
- You find it difficult to make a decent living from Yoga
I don’t blame you. There are so many types of Yoga and so many myths around it, that your future customers are getting confused.
Instead, what you’ll find with the SiRA Fly Yoga Program is an approach that is:
- Effective. Begin teaching Fly Yoga to Kids in very little time.
- Differentiates you from other yoga teachers and studios so you stand out to potential customers
- So much fun that kids will look forward for your sessions
What Our Customers Are Saying
Don’t just take it from us, let our customers do the talking!
“Thanks a lot, the kids came back in high, enjoyed very much and demonstrated us at the Fly Yoga activity!
We were very impressed by the creative combination of movement within a story. It turns out that even at their age it works fine (:
Thank you very much for a special experience.”
“Fly Yoga with Lena is professionally driven fun-filled class that incorporated traditional yoga poses in movement and with the support of hammocks. Lena is thoroughly professional and by working in small groups able to support each child. You need to experience a class to believe how challenging, relaxing, strengthening, invigorating and fun Fly Yoga can be. My 11 year daughter is hooked!!!”
“Thank you, dear Lena. It is amazing to see how much confidence this Fly Yoga gives to girls. Not to mention happiness and joy everybody experience. Aviv is really waiting for this class all week! She really love Fly Yoga! A big hug.”
I want to thank you Lena for this very special class! ?. My daughter is 5 years old at the children’s lesson and there is no one happier than she is … Not only is Micka getting stronger and her posture is good and confident … she is coming back with energy for the whole week! … In the lesson there is a combination of lots of movement and liberation, a side to peace and quiet that couldn’t find in any other kids class. And the most fun part was experiencing it myself on Family Day. We came the whole family that was a father and another sister … We found ourselves flying! Literally … Lena … Thank you for your patience with the children, the adventure and the weekly experience
“For a year my daughter flew in Fly Yoga classes. Her fear of climbing or rocking had dissipated and with her a great love for yoga was born in constant motion.
And Lena-what can I say? Lena is simply a gift that is all joy and pleasure. My Maayan loves her.
The Fly Yoga classes are very highly recommended.”
“Lena’s SiRA Fly Yoga is one of the pleasures of this life also flying in the air (completely super power I would choose for myself), also feels like a child again and, on the way, strengthens the muscles and the dynamic balance. Really fun!”
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SiRA Fly Yoga Kids Premium Yearly Program
After purchasing this program, you will get:
- Immediate access via My Account page
- 26 lesson plans (we keep adding and 30 will be available soon)
- Cheat sheets for every lesson
- Workshop plans – Parents&Kids, Birthday Party
- Over 150 exercise explanation videos (we keep adding)
- Lifetime access to all Fly Yoga Kids information
* This is a Limited Time Offer for early-bird signup, since we don’t have all year-round lessons ready online yet.
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Who I am and my qualifications
I’m Lena Shur, a yoga therapist and the owner of Shablulena Studio in Karkur teaching FlYoga to kids, teens and adults.
Twenty years ago I started practicing yoga during my work in hi-tech as a software project manager. I had no idea what a big part of my life yoga would become. In 2009, even though I was at peak of my carrier in hi-tech, I decided to leave my job to spend more time with my twins. This is when I combined my two passions – yoga and teaching kids, which resulted in opening my own studio.
I believe, that in our lives, there is an endless race taking place between home, children and work. It is necessary to immerse in an hour of yoga which brings with it a sense of inner harmony and strengthening of the body.
Now, after over 8 years of studies, I am a certified yoga instructor and a children’s yoga teacher. I am a graduate of the Wingate Institute, the Savanna Center graduate, and Dr. Gil Solberg’s yoga therapy program. I’ve also completed countless courses and trainings in the study of yoga, aerial yoga, yoga therapy and yoga for children.
Even more important, I’m a mom to twins and a wife to Semyon who is also part of this project.