The impact of having a fully trained children’s and adults yoga teacher and school teacher, like myself, come into school once a week is amazing – there is so much that children learn and assimilate into daily life, from doing only one yoga class per week. So, just imagine the results of you being able to impart yoga and mindfulness to children everyday.
Isn’t it better to go to a class and have a real teacher?!
The amount of yoga online now is huge – with the number of online yoga websites rapidly growing and the enormous popularity of YouTube. But is this a good thing and what does it mean for us as yoga students, and moreover for children?
What do you want to be when you grow up?
John, I think you miss understood the assignment.
Miss, I think you’ve miss understood life.
If only all children thought as instinctively as John Lennon did… but current societal expectations of what ‘success’ is, particularly in our learning environments can have a huge, often negative, impact on our happiness.
With mental health being amongst our greatest health concerns in the West, it may be time to consider the state of your own mind and its affects on your emotional wellbeing.
How well do you manage your emotions? Are you aware of your thoughts and their affect on you?