A Chakra Circus of Health Youth Camps AND k-12 Field Trips

YOUTH CAMPS AND FIELD TRIPS – When schools are out for breaks (winter, spring, summer, and fall) A Chakra Circus of Health teaches kids 7 health habits.  Check the website for dates and bring your kids in to learn these important habits that are taught in entertaining and educational ways.  Kids experience these 7 habits in many ways during our camps. ***If you’re a teacher and you’d like info about a special field trip for your grade, email Sumya@iAMLearning2Fly.com***

1- NUTRITION.  Kids watch DVD’s about healthy food and work in a community garden, growing their own food.

2- EXERCISE.  Kid’s have aerial silks classes everyday, yoga, hikes in the woods.

3- LEARNING & SELF-CONFIDENCE.  Kids make creative art projects together and alone.  They learn about their own creativity and about creating something with others.  Teamwork is an important aspect of learning.

4- ENVIRONMENT.  Kid’s will learn about our local ecosystem and ways we can all contribute to the health of our environment.

5- FAMILY & COMMUNITY.  Kid’s write letters to family, and we discuss the importance of volunteering. Our contributions make a difference in both families and communities.

6- GLOBAL APPRECIATION.  Kid’s learn what a big, beautiful world we live in.  We learn about other cultures and how people from all over the world contribute to making our lives better.

7- SPIRITUALITY.  Kid’s will discuss qualities such as love, patience, kindness, and compassion. Children have fun learning these concepts and engaging in the activities at the Learning2Fly Summer camps.  Parents and educators love the promotion of these seven good habits of health at home and in classrooms. The Chakra-based approach appeals to to a wide range of holistic and alternative practitioners.

Overview

The Chakras are believed to be the building blocks of human nature. They correspond to the physical elements of nature and fundamental aspects of human experience such as needs for security, creativity, self-expression, etc. Deficiencies or excesses in a Chakra may contribute to physiological, psychological, emotional, or spiritual disturbances. Children should be exposed to this information in a way they can comprehend at an early age.

Seven Chakras, Seven Universal Health Themes

Sumya Anani has developed seven habits of health, aligned with the organizing principles of the seven Chakras, and used these with great results in her teaching endeavors for many years.  The Chakras and the author’s corresponding habits of health are listed to the right.

A Chakra Circus of Health

A Chakra Circus of Health teaches kids 7 health habits during spring and summer breaks.  These important habits are taught in entertaining and educational ways.  Kids experience these 7 habits in many ways during our camps. 1- NUTRITION.  Kids watch DVD’s about healthy food and work in a community garden, growing their own food. 2- EXERCISE.  Kid’s have aerial silks classes everyday, yoga, hikes in the woods. 3- LEARNING & SELF-CONFIDENCE.  Kids make creative art projects together and alone.  They learn about their own creativity and about creating something with others.  Teamwork is an important aspect of learning. 4- ENVIRONMENT.  Kid’s will learn about our local ecosystem and ways we can all contribute to the health of our environment. 5- FAMILY & COMMUNITY.  Kid’s write letters to family, and we discuss the importance of volunteering. 6- GLOBAL APPRECIATION.  Kid’s learn what a big, beautiful world we live in.  We learn about other cultures and how people from all over the world contribute to making our lives better. 7- SPIRITUALITY.  Kid’s will discuss qualities such as love, patience, kindness, and compassion. Children have fun learning these concepts and engaging in the activities at the Learning2Fly Summer camps.  Parents and educators love the promotion of these seven good habits of health at home and in classrooms. The Chakra-based approach appeals to to a wide range of holistic and alternative practitioners.

Overview

The Chakras are believed to be the building blocks of human nature. They correspond to the physical elements of nature and fundamental aspects of human experience such as needs for security, creativity, self-expression, etc. Deficiencies or excesses in a Chakra may contribute to physiological, psychological, emotional, or spiritual disturbances. Children should be exposed to this information in a way they can comprehend at an early age.

Seven Chakras, Seven Universal Health Themes

Sumya Anani has developed seven habits of health, aligned with the organizing principles of the seven Chakras, and used these with great results in her teaching endeavors for many years.  The Chakras and the author’s corresponding habits of health are listed to the right.

A Chakra Circus of Health

A Chakra Circus of Health teaches kids 7 health habits during spring and summer breaks.  These important habits are taught in entertaining and educational ways.  Kids experience these 7 habits in many ways during our camps. 1- NUTRITION.  Kids watch DVD’s about healthy food and work in a community garden, growing their own food. 2- EXERCISE.  Kid’s have aerial silks classes everyday, yoga, hikes in the woods. 3- LEARNING & SELF-CONFIDENCE.  Kids make creative art projects together and alone.  They learn about their own creativity and about creating something with others.  Teamwork is an important aspect of learning. 4- ENVIRONMENT.  Kid’s will learn about our local ecosystem and ways we can all contribute to the health of our environment. 5- FAMILY & COMMUNITY.  Kid’s write letters to family, and we discuss the importance of volunteering. 6- GLOBAL APPRECIATION.  Kid’s learn what a big, beautiful world we live in.  We learn about other cultures and how people from all over the world contribute to making our lives better. 7- SPIRITUALITY.  Kid’s will discuss qualities such as love, patience, kindness, and compassion. Children have fun learning these concepts and engaging in the activities at the Learning2Fly Summer camps.  Parents and educators love the promotion of these seven good habits of health at home and in classrooms. The Chakra-based approach appeals to to a wide range of holistic and alternative practitioners.

Overview

The Chakras are believed to be the building blocks of human nature. They correspond to the physical elements of nature and fundamental aspects of human experience such as needs for security, creativity, self-expression, etc. Deficiencies or excesses in a Chakra may contribute to physiological, psychological, emotional, or spiritual disturbances. Children should be exposed to this information in a way they can comprehend at an early age.

Seven Chakras, Seven Universal Health Themes

Sumya Anani has developed seven habits of health, aligned with the organizing principles of the seven Chakras, and used these with great results in her teaching endeavors for many years.  The Chakras and the author’s corresponding habits of health are listed to the right.