By Katie Gill, @CaffeinatedKid
Hey, Wild Things!
Well, it’s now winter. The ground is white, the air is crisp, and we’re in the middle of a snowstorm that has everyone in Monroe County running to buy groceries at the last minute.
Despite the chilly weather, Animal School is still active around the community. Our mascots don’t hibernate. They do, however, look for ways to stay in shape and mentally engaged when it’s too cold to play outdoors.
Enter ROC YogAnimals, a family-centered yoga program we will be running with Flower City Yoga. Kids and parents — or grandparents, aunts, uncles, etc. — get to practice yoga alongside one of our talking animal characters, all while learning about various wildlife topics. The class will be run by Erin Wafer of Flower City Yoga, who does other child- and family-focused classes. We are even encouraging people to dress up as their favorite animals, if they like. Our goal with this class is for everyone to have fun, relax, and re-energize.
Fittingly, our first class is being offered on Groundhog’s Day, February 2 at 2:15 p.m. Spots are limited, so register to make sure you get in! Go to flowercityyoga.com, to complete your registration.
This class is a great way to get more balance in your life, as well as throughout your body, during these cold months. It will be a fun socialization opportunity, so I highly recommend having your little ones attend.
We hope to see you there. Until next time, keep your wild side roarin’!