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Enjoy Europe’s first and only children’s yoga board game in traditional and internationally renowned Ravensburger® quality!

The Yoga Garden Game*
Der Yoga Garten, Le Jardin du Yoga, Il Guardino di Yoga, De Yogatuin 

ORDER via kids@devayani-yoga.com

multilingual children's yoga board gameMove the bumblebee through the garden and try to plant all the flowers before night falls. Land on a yoga space and try a classic yoga pose or invent your own!

Children naturally love to move and enjoy yoga. Since the yoga positions are named after animals and objects found in nature, kids can develop their imaginations and awareness of the environment while learning different yoga poses.

The game includes ten yoga cards with traditional poses that children of all ages love & enjoy.

This cooperative game for ages 4 & up fosters:

  • Concentration & Creativity
  • Health, Movement & Fine Motor Skills
  • Team & Community Spirit
Languages of the game: The game box includes a bilingual rule book in German and in English.
The rule book is available to download in the following European languages:Istruzioni Gioco Il Giardino di Yoga, Règles du jeu en Francais, Spelregels De Yogatuin,

 

 

You want to buy the game / carry the game in your shop, online store, café or yoga studio? We are looking forward to receiving your order via kids@devayani-yoga.com.

Receive special discounts for orders of five or more devayani yoga products.

 

 

International Shipping & Handling

Up to ten games ship in one box (up to ten Children’s Charity Calendars can be added to the box without additional shipping expenses):

D & A:                    6,90 EUR
EU:                           22 EUR
CH & non-EU Europe: 35 EUR

Additional countries upon request. 

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devayani yoga develops yoga-related giveaways with your company logo imprint. We’d be happy to advise you on this matter. Find examples of possible products especially developed for the needs of your company here.

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* Copyright: Jennifer Durand, USA, “The Yoga Garden Game”