Have you ever said to your children that you would like to do more together? Have you wanted to try yoga but didn't want to do it alone? If you said yes to either/both, then the Binghamton Jewish Community Center (JCC) has the answer.

It's a Parent-Child Yoga class at the JCC beginning on Tuesday, May 7th from 5:30 to 6 p.m. The class will be held Tuesday through June 18th for a total of seven classes. It's only $25 for members and $40 for non-members of the center. The price includes one and parent and child. Kids must must be at least five years old but no experience for either is necessary.

You'll be helped by Youth and Adult Programming Coordinator, Harry Cohen. He is a certified Pediatric Yoga instructor and teaches children's yoga on a regular basis at the JCC.

This is a great way to get your kids out of their phone and do some family bonding. You both will learn yoga, have a half hour of fun and give a chance for your kids to give more then their fingers a work-out.

I wonder if Tara wants to try yoga with the old man, it'll be good for some laughs and great stories. I feel more agile already.

The JCC is a not-for-profit organization that serves the community at regardless of age, race, religion or sexual orientation. Financial assistance is offered to all who qualify as long as funds are available.

They are located at 500 Clubhouse Road in Vestal. Go here for more information about the Parent-Child Yoga class or the JCC.

[via Binghamton JCC]