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Adelaide Yoga and mindfulness for children

Master the Mountain designs yoga and mindfulness programs for children of all ages, and trains childhood professionals to deliver them with excellence.

Taught by yoga, meditation and child development specialists

Our programs are designed and taught by child development specialists who are also trained yoga and meditation teachers.

 

Encouraging a growth mindset for children

All our programs are designed in a way that is accessible to everyone and builds upon prior learning, offering children the opportunity to excel and gain mastery in what they do.

 

Yoga and mindfulness classes for schools, kindergartens and more

We provide regular school classes and also offer onsite staff training, including support materials and classroom resources.

Find out more about our packages here.

Testimonial 9

Much more confident, and much less likely to say she can’t do something. She is more willing to speak up in a group of adults, and happier to speak up if she isn’t happy with other kids.

Megan Verwey, mother of Mya, age 7 years

Testimonial 6

As a child with a sensory issue, Master the Mountain has also helped her learn to self-soothe: she regularly uses the breathing techniques to calm herself when angry or upset.

Alli Parker-McPhee

Testimonial 3

The focus, listening, and mindfulness attached to Master the Mountain provides a significant avenue for Gabriel to slow down, regulate and focus in the moment.

Laura Gaskin

Testimonial 5

It encourages them to use both sides of their brain, develop & strengthen their balance. It’s about being the best version of you & trying your best.

Jill Staltari

Testimonial 14

Since Master the Mountain started she only refers to her body with words like: “I am strong, and look how good my balance is, or look what my body can do”.

Megan Verwey, mother of Mya, age 7 years

Testimonial 2

An improved ability to regulate her ‘big’ emotions, and can focus on “breathe in, breathe out” to be in the moment with herself.

Andrea Vass