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Yoga for Exams – standing and seated yoga for the classroom, or home

Following on from last week’s video, here’s another class for you to follow around exam time – to help stretch out worries and breathe in confidence!

This class only requires a small amount of space, so it’s ideal for the classroom or your living room! We’ll be doing a few poses standing that get the blood flowing and loosen tight shoulders, then we’ll sit to stretch some more and focus on calming, confidence building breaths.

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Kids yoga for stress

Yoga for Stress

Life can feel more than a little bit stressful sometimes can’t it, and remember back to when you were a child, small things felt like really big things!

It’s not surprising that more and more children are feeling more and more stressed these days. There is so much going on in their little young lives, so much to do during their day – much of which is incredibly fun – but a lot of it is understandably pretty stressful.

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Bedtime relaxation audio

Bedtime audio relaxation

This week we have something a bit different for you! It’s a bedtime audio relaxation. Listen to me, but also download the free transcript so that you can read it too!

I know that you enjoyed last week’s yoga for bedtime video, so thank you for all your messages, but we all know that watching a screen right before bed isn’t ideal. So, here’s an audio relaxation for you to try out just before bed tonight.

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Kids yoga for bedtime

Yoga for Bedtime

There are many reasons why a child might struggle getting to sleep, including stress and anxiety, in all it’s varying levels. We shouldn’t feel bad that our child, or pupils are feeling this way, and whilst we should try to understand the route of why they aren’t sleeping, we can also offer them tools to help deal with it.

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Kids yoga for worry

Yoga for Worries

We often get worried because our negative thoughts get so busy in our heads, that we find it hard to think of anything else.

We might have one bad thought, then another, and another, and then we end up feeling really worried, anxious and sick. We can suffer like this as adults, if we don’t have a mindfulness practice to slow the thoughts down, and for children, what seems like a small worry to us, is something much, much bigger to a child.

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Mum and child yoga

Yoga with Mum

Here is a really lovely, ten minute class for you and your child to do together, or whenever you like. It’s only 10 minutes but it’s full of wonderful poses to do on your own and together. You’ll find several different partner poses that require trust and support from each other. Some that provide a sense of safety and care. And others that just allow you to smile at each other and feel the love!

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