Pogie the Yogie | Madison’s Homegrown Children’s Yoga Show

Attention, Madison! We have a brand new star in our community. Pogie the Yogie is Madison’s homegrown children’s yoga show inspired by kids and approved by parents. Blending the fun of Blippi with the feelings of Mr. Rogers, Pogie sees the world through the eyes of children filled with awe and wonder while also treating them with respect and exploring all kinds of emotions. He teaches kids to move their bodies and get to know their minds in a way that is fun and engaging without being over-stimulating or frenetic.

He has been out on adventures throughout Madison, that you can now check out. You won’t want to miss these, as Pogie explores local landmarks and attractions that your child may recognize! From the fire station to Cave of the Mounds, to Madison’s well-known lakes and even Keva Sports Center… Pogie has been making his rounds. He will continue hitting up local favorites for each new episode.

Pogie - Keva
Pogie - fire station
Pogie - boating

Subscribe to the YouTube Channel for New Episodes

To learn more about the Adventures of Pogie the Yogie, visit Pogie’s website and be sure to subscribe to the YouTube channel for new episodes!

Join Pogie the Yogie at the Madison Children’s Museum May 7th and 8th!

On the museum rooftop, the weekend of May 7th and 8th, Pogie will lead kids through a yoga sequence inspired by places and activities in the museum! Then families can explore the museum together and find the spots that inspired the sequence. Once they find them all, they can turn in their results at the front desk for a Pogie Prize!

All the details for this great event can be found here.

We partnered with Pogie the Yogie to share about this event!
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