Yoga for Kids
Pre School Ages
KS 1& 2 (Ages 5 - 11)
At this age children are beginning to learn about their bodies and breath; they understand the philosophy of Yoga.
This is a 30 – 45 minute class.
The children are taken through a fun and dynamic class using traditional yoga practices and games, moving deeper into postures.
Meditation and relaxation becomes more relevant as they deal school pressures.
KS 3, 4 & 5 ( Ages 11 - 18)
My teen years were joyous and full of laughter, however, I can also remember some very tough times.
The transition from child to adult, alongside school & exam pressures (and pretending that I knew what I wanted to be when I ‘grew up’) all amounted to some tearful nights.
Teens Need Yoga!!
The yoga studio will allow them to recharge, download emotions and reset their energy systems ready for the next challenge they will face.
My teen classes are run very much in line with an adult class, working on the breath, postures, alignment, strength and that all important calming relaxation.
For any information on any of my classes Please contact me
Open Classes online Every Thursday via Zoom
CHILDREN’S YOGA CLASSES
My classes are designed to suit each individual age group so to develop their skills and mental state as they grow older.
Your children can join at any age and feel right at home.
16.00 - 16.45 Ages 5-11yrs
17.00 - 17.45 Ages 11 - 18yrs
Payment is by Donation.
No child should miss out on Yoga, and during these times of economic difficulty, classes are by donation only.
Pay what you can or not at all. No one will be turned away.
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PRIVATE 1 ON 1’S Private Sessions – £45 per hr/£30 for 30 mins*
Fun, flexible and innovative classes in which yoga is introduced in a playful manner.
Children are encouraged to be confident and clear whilst learning respect for themselves and others. Yoga will nurture focus, strength & concentration, even at these early stages of their development.
Games, stories, postures & mantras are used to engage their imagination & creativity.