Kids & Family Yoga
Come and find out what Yoga is all about with classes designed for parents and kids to experience together. Classes include warm up stretches, relaxing breathing techniques, fun poses and strengthening postures. finishing with a short meditation and relaxation.
Yoga is great for helping reduce stress, build muscle and increase flexibility, aid concentration and still the mind, creating a bit of calm in the turmoil of family life!
Sessions can be booked individually or in blocks of 5 and class times can be arranged to suit your needs.
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Kids Yoga Sessions
Yoga for Kids – Based on the excellent YogaBugs method (used in the Waybuloo TV series), these classes are for children and parents to enjoy together and are a fun way of introducing postures (asanas), breathing techniques for stress reduction, building lung capacity, concentration and relaxation (pranayama) and meditation to kids of all ages.
Yoga for Teens – Yoga is also a great way of helping young adults to deal with the stresses and strains of growing up, physical & hormonal changes, school, exams and social pressures, and can counter-balance the effects of sitting for long periods of time. Yoga also introduces them to a gentle, non-competitive form of exercise, which can be practised throughout life and benefits all ages. These classes are for teenagers and parents to attend together
Yoga has been proven to help reduce anxiety, calm the mind and benefit the physical, emotional and behavioural challenges experienced by both children and parents.
JO COWPER PEART MA, MGHT, IYN
Jo is a qualified teacher in Hatha Yoga, Kundalini Yoga, Kids Yogabugs, SOAR Yoga Therapy and Sport Yoga. She has been practising Yoga for over 20 years and has been teaching since 2010. Jo is keen to introduce all ages to the physical & healing practice of Yoga, to provide students with a dedicated space for their own health & recovery, developing strength & flexibility in body, mind & spirit.
Yoga is the perfect opportunity to be curious about who you are.