We decided to host a mommy and me yoga afternoon with some of Piper’s besties over the weekend. We started with our amazing yoga instructor, that Lisa, my co-host, and I just love. We take her class at our gym, and when we started talking to her after class one day she mentioned that she teaches kids, parties, and even mommy daughter classes. We were so excited about this we began planning right away. On the day of the event, guests arrived in their yoga gear, yoga mat in hand and were met with strawberry mint water, kale chips and crispy chickpeas. After fueling up on power snacks, we made our way to the park next to Lisa’s house, and placed our mats under a tree for shade. We had such a fun time, being silly, connecting, and most importantly breathing. After working up an appetite during our class, we made our way back to the house for a build your own pink rice bowl bar. This was a huge hit with the kids as well as the adults which is always a win. By offering an array of options for guests to build their own bowl, you can avoid having to worry about what everyone likes or doesn’t like. This way everyone could customize their bowl with exactly what they love. The tahini miso honey sauce was an amazing way to finish it off. And who knew the kale chips were going to be so popular! Next time I will definitely make more. All in all, it was such a successful afternoon, and we plan on rotating homes, so we can do this again! It’s super simple to recreate this yoga party, and a great way to carve out time for you and your little one. Ask around at your gym or local yoga spot for an instructor who might offer private classes. Serve up some infused water, and healthy inspired food, and the rest takes care of itself. Give it a try! Namaste.