Inner Child, Inner Light

In the Yogic tradition the word “Namaste” is often used as an expression of gratitude; a way to say “the light in me sees, honors & appreciates the light in you.” I think of this inner light like our inner child. What would the world be like if everyone remained connected to and honored theirContinue reading “Inner Child, Inner Light”

connecting across space & time

Looking for a peaceful & unique at-home / after-school activity for children & tweens? I love these classes for many reasons, and as I parent I’m particularly impressed by the freedoms afforded by virtual classes… you don’t have to leave the house AND you can get other things done while your child is in classContinue reading “connecting across space & time”

Curious Bluebird

cu·ri·ous /ˈkyo͝orēəs/ adjective eager to know or learn something. strange; unusual. This summer I moved from New Orleans to Santa Fe; a move that is inspiring many new ideas and ways of being, including a new iteration of my business as Curious Bluebird, LLC. Bluebird is a name I chose fifteen years ago because IContinue reading “Curious Bluebird”

Family Yoga at Wild Lotus Yoga!

Very excited to share my family Yoga offerings through Wild Lotus Yoga on Saturday April 17th (via Zoom)! It is an absolute honor to be in partnership with this incredible studio and Yoga community. The workshop is for children and their grownups, and more offerings are in the works. Click here for information about theContinue reading “Family Yoga at Wild Lotus Yoga!”

hello!

I’m grateful to everyone who reads this blog and visits this site, so just wanted to say thanks and (re)introduce myself. I have some exciting things in the works for Family Yoga and Reggio-inspired education that I’ll be sharing soon, but for now…. Hi! My name is Andrea, I’m an Early Childhood Educator, Yoga TeacherContinue reading “hello!”

Reggio-inspired Education in the Virtual Space

Before I launch into my thoughts on this topic, I want to state that I know everyone is trying their best- especially in recent months. Parents of young children in particular are deserving of much grace and support as they work to navigate these trying times. I in no way mean to belittle or diminishContinue reading “Reggio-inspired Education in the Virtual Space”

Outschool + Reggio-inspired Education

Like thousands of educators and families, I became aware of Outschool during the global shift to distance learning. Prior to March 2020 I was not familiar with online education options and only through engaging in distance learning with my class of once in-person students did I come to understand the possibilities for connection & explorationContinue reading “Outschool + Reggio-inspired Education”