Our approach incorporates elements of the educational philosophies of Reggio Emilia’s Hundred Languages of Children and Howard Gardener’s Multiple Intelligences because we understand, value and support each child’s individual learning style. Furthermore, our approach regards the environment as a key component of the education process, therefore, we place emphasis on providing a safe, nurturing, holistic environment in which we give children time and space to explore yoga and mindfulness.
Through interactive, experiential activities and practice teaching time, we will explore:
Techniques and activities to introduce asana, breath-work and meditation to children aged 3-18 years old
Partner and group yoga fun for all ages
Combining Educational Philosophy and teaching methodology with Yoga
Introducing yoga philosophy and practices to children of all ages, including the 4 Paths of Yoga & Patanjali's 8 Limbs of Yoga
Meditation & Visualisation techniques for each age group
Creative Mindfulness activities and techniques
Therapeuitc yoga techniques for children with Special Needs
Understanding Autism, ADHD, Sensory Disorders, communication difficulties and social-emotional difficulties and how to effectively use yoga for each of these SEN.
Incorporating art, music, dance and nature into children’s yoga
Hindu Mythology for Tweens & Teens
Introducing the Chakra System to Teens
Interactive story-telling and yoga journeys for all age groups
Therapeutic Yoga for 1:1 sessions* Behaviour managment in the yoga class
Positive & Empathetic language skills
We have a maximum of 18 students on each of our trainings to enable full support and attention for each individual.
Who is the training for?
Anyone with an interest in sharing yoga with children and teens within an educational, social, healthcare or home environment.