Children’s Program

This year two children’s programs will be offered! Please click on the dates for pre-registration.

July 2-8, 2017

July 24-30, 2017

Offered by Isha Foundation teachers trained under the guidance of realized yogi, Sadhguru, Isha Summer Program for Children is an 8-day, residential summer camp that introduces yoga to children through an exploration of fun, love and joy.The program offers simple, life-enhancing asanas (yoga postures) and kriyas (inner energy processes) that support and nurture your child to develop and maintain optimal health and inner peace.

Specially-designed for children ages 7-13, this enriching program will bring the subtleties of life into your child’s awareness through exposure to nature, conservation, and hands-on arts, science and team activities.  Children become more responsible and responsive to individuals and situations, develop a love and respect for the interconnectedness of life, and improve their overall health, wellbeing, and confidence.

Isha Summer Program for Children celebrates the natural gifts within every child, encouraging and nurturing a sense of wonder. The program ignites a passion for self-directed exploration and encourages your child to meet new friends, uncover hidden talents, and explore new cultures.

Isha’s children’s camps are hosted in the natural beauty and serenity of our Isha Institute of Inner-sciences’ classical yoga retreat located in Tennessee’s spectacular Upper Cumberland.  This breathtaking mountain retreat center features 1400 acres of forested trails including expansive bluff overlooks, a chain of valley waterfalls and a spring fed creek.​

The Isha Summer Program for Children is a unique possibility for every child to experience a joyful blossoming of his or her natural potential. Participants often report experiencing enhanced physical and mental health, including betterconcentration and memory, more focus, and improved mind/body coordination. The practices learned are an effective preventative for obesity, asthma, sinusitis and other chronic ailments.

For more information, contact childrenscamp@ishausa.org.