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Thursday
Mar082012

Children's Yoga in the Barn... coming soon

 

Children's Yoga Classes coming to the Yoga Barn....

 

We are looking for your feedback re Children's Yoga in the Barn and depending on the response will organise weekly classes.

The classes will be taught by Tracey, Julia H and Julia D who are all trained by the British Wheel of Yoga and in addition completed the Yoga for Children module.

The ages of the classes will be : 7 to 11 years, 12 to 16 years and the classes will incorporate all aspects of yoga - breathing, posture work, concentration and relaxation.

Are you interested in after school classes? 

What age group would suit you best?

Would your school, sports centre, community group be interested in a free taster session?

Here are some of the benefits that children can experience from yoga.

Physical

  • ·      Keeps the body healthy internally and externally
  • ·      Improves posture
  • ·      Builds stamina, strength and flexibility
  • ·      Gain stability and balance
  • ·      Improves co-ordination and control of the body – fine tuning the nervous system through large and small movements
  • ·      Healthy spine – lengthens and strengthens
  • ·      Promotes healthy sleeping patterns and teaches the body how to relax

Mental and Emotional

  • ·      Stimulates creative abilities improving imagination
  • ·      Brings clarity through relaxation techniques  
  • ·      Relaxation provides a tool for life, which can be used in a variety of life situations
  • ·      Gives experiences of stillness to the mind 
  • ·      Improves memory retention helping children to learn more easily 
  • ·      Slows brain patterns, making information easier to absorb

Please feel free to contact us with any feedback you may have and look forward to hearing from you.

Namaste

Tracey, Julia and Julia

yogadot@gmail.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

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