We aim to…

To empower our youth with mindfulness tools to give them the means to create armor against hate, negative influences and external pressure from others. Our 6 week learning program is about how yoga improves focus, strengthens the body, builds confidence and self awareness, regulates the nervous system and calms the mind, with current research based methods.


We Believe

Children who are growing up in our urban areas are subjected to numerous types of trauma from personal to systematic and it has created a community of broken links. When we acknowledge trauma in the early developmental stages of life, we give the gift of healing. There are numerous ways to support healing our children whom are confronted with traumatic events on a day to day basis.

Mindfulness generates self-regulation, thoughtful choices, focused actions and improved self-confidence.  They are in control of their own personal experience and become less reactionary. Looking at the big picture, it has the potential to be a therapeutic replacement for punishment.

Class Time + Age Group + Dates + Cost

  • Monday 4:00 PM-4:30 PM

    +ages 1-3

    (with parent/guardian)

  • Monday 4:40 PM-5:10 PM

    +ages 4-7

  • Monday 5:15 PM-6:15 PM

    +ages 8-11

  • Wednesday 4:00 PM-5:00 PM

    +ages 12-14

  • Wednesday 5:15 PM-6:15 PM

    +ages 15-17

Mondays & Wednesdays

Begins June 10th through July 17th


$50 for 6 weeks

or $5-$15 per class

Registration with Mind Body

*Pre-registration required/ limited space available in each class.


Weekly Themes

Yoga + Mindfulness + Community

  • Yoga + Gardening

  • Yoga + Movement

  • Yoga + Sports

  • Yoga + Nutrition

  • Yoga + Back to School Prep

Meet the Instructors



Is a yoga practitioner with a 200 hour yoga certification in mindful Hatha yoga. Over the last five years Megan has used the practice of yoga as a form of self care and coping technique through difficult times in her life. Her passion for yoga has motivated her to share her knowledge about yoga with youth and people in communities like South Los Angeles.She hopes to continue teaching youth in south Los Angeles and other neighboring communities yoga and mindful studies in schools and community centers.



Erin found her way to a deep yoga practice shortly after birth of her daughter. The practice has helped her balance and find gratitude in the most chaotic situations. After finishing her YTT at The Tree she continues to share the practice with the South LA community.



Summer came to yoga as a way to help her control her breathing for marathon running and has never looked back. To her yoga is the relationship between mind, body, and breath. She enjoys extending her love of the practice to those in the community and especially to our youngest members of society.