Yoga teaches people how to sustain poses while still breathing, a skill most yogis use to live undetected in wax museums. Trick a tourist with today's Groupon to Blackbird Family Yoga in Middleton. Choose between the following options:
- For $19, you get a 5-class pass (a $70 value).
- For $35, you get a 10-class pass (a $130 value).
Blackbird Family Yoga fosters a family-friendly community of instructors and students of all ages looking to improve their holistic wellbeing with a seven-day schedule brimming with classes for every member of the family. During postnatal yoga, instructors encourage the bond between freshly hatched infants and their parents with a gentle yoga practice designed to treat little ones to a relaxing experience and help adults rediscover strength, energy, and flexibility in Blackbird’s serene studio space surrounded in calming green colors and natural light. Instructors helming family yoga sessions welcome pupils five and older where children, teens, and adults practice age-appropriate poses determined by the studio's knowledgeable instructors. To accommodate parents who need a brief break from their child-wrangling duties, the studio's childcare service occupies tots while grown-ups de-stress during adult classes such as Vinyasa flow sessions or slower stretch classes that focus on alignment and form.
Blackbird Family Yoga
The first time Amanda Uphoff attended a yoga class, her clothing still bore hints of her infant son's spittle. As she down-dogged her way to yoga mastery, she found a peaceful clarity that balanced her hectic life as a parent. Troubled by the growing rates of childhood obesity and youth eating disorders, Amanda decided to open her own family-focused studio. Blackbird Family Yoga offers classes for every age group, from freshly hatched infants to the parents that incubated them. Popular classes include family yoga and postnatal sessions, in which mothers find peace in their child's pose and infants grapple with life's complexity in adults’ poses. The studio supplies childcare to accommodate parents who need a break from child wrangling.