By the end of the session delegates will have the opportunity to:
● Understand the meaning of yoga and mindfulness
● Basic anatomy and physiology of a child’s body
● Benefit of yoga and mindfulness
● Discover what should be included in a yoga session to support self regulation, learning and development
● A warm up – movement is key to learning and movement and learning are key to brain development. *
● A quiz to make learning fun
● Summary of the quiz
● A relaxation
*Any interactive physical activity will not require them to move from in front of their chairs should they wish to stand.
Pen and paper
- A Let’s go Yoginis PDF book for the winner of the quiz.
Sue Hartley is a British Wheel of Yoga qualified dip 500+ teacher, pregnancy, childrens yoga and youth mindfulness teacher and co-author of ‘Let’s Go Yoginis’ children’s yoga book that links with Yoginis courses.
As an experienced trainer and facilitator Yoginis Yoga training developed training programmes that specialise in supporting anyone who educates and cares for children from EYfs to young adults with their mental health and wellbeing. Their educational programmes are proven to equip them with techniques and tools to self-regulate and manage their emotions at each stage of their development. Schools, nurseries, childminders and others working with children have included Yoginis sessions in their curriculum since 2006.
They offer highly approved certified courses that are suitable for those with little to no knowledge of yoga and mindfulness and continue to support those who train with them to make the most potential out of the training and continue to build the next K.I.N.D generation.