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Nurture Yoga Ongoing - A Weekly Interactive Fun Yoga Class for Young Children
In this weekly yoga class, children will have fun, learn some yoga poses, get some exercise and learn calming techniques.
4 total reviews for this teacher
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Completed by 11 learners
There are no upcoming classes.
Once per week
learners per class
per learner - per class
How does an "Ongoing" course work?
Meets on a weekly schedule, join any week, no need to catch up on previous material
Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Automatic payment every Sunday, cancel any time
Great for clubs and for practicing skills
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In this weekly ongoing class, we will learn yoga poses and mindfulness techniques following a different class theme each week. Yoga is a great way to stay fit and healthy while building physical strength and emotional resilience. Children's yoga is different from an adult yoga class. Yoga poses will be presented in a fun and interactive way, through games, songs and imaginative stories. Each week, the class will be focused around a theme with yoga poses which match the theme, woven into...
Children will build fitness through exercise and learn simple mindfulness, breathing techniques and yoga poses. Yoga and breathing techniques help build physical strength, emotional resillience and social skills while helping children learning self-regulation. Singing and actions help to develop literacy skills.
I am a qualified yoga teacher (200 Hour Hatha Vinyasa) and qualified children's and family yoga teacher (95 Hour RCYT). My yoga teaching qualifications are Yoga Alliance approved. I am also a qualified Montessori Teacher for ages 0-7 years and have over 25 years experience teaching in schools and early years settings in the UK and Europe.
There will not be any homework for this class. However, I may suggest optional activities children may like to do after class, for example, try a new pose at home to practice and show parents/carers.
Please bring a piece of paper or notebook and some drawing pencils to class. If you have a yoga mat, you may wish to use this, but it is not necessary. Please have a drink of water nearby to sip during class to keep hydrated. Children will need to wear comfortable loose or stretchy clothing, such as a t-shirt and stretchy leggings or jogging trousers. Children will need to have bare feet, or wear socks with grip on the soles to prevent slipping. Children will need a clear space in which to move their whole body. Many of our classes will incorporate animals within the theme. If your child has a favourite toy animal they would like to join the class, they are welcome to bring them along. We will incorporate them into our introductions and our final relaxation. If your child finds it difficult to keep their eyes closed (during our final relaxation), they may find a small scarf or bandana (or small soft toy) helpful to place over their eyes. If you have an eye pillow, this would also be ideal.
Learners will not be assessed.
40 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Please let your child know that everyone's body is different. I will offer a variety of options for each pose. However, if any yoga pose feels uncomfortable or too hard, they can come out of it at any time. If they feel pain, they should stop that pose immediately. Yoga is about having fun and helping our bodies to get strong, so we should never force our body into any pose. Our bodies also feel different on any given day, so a pose may be more or less difficult and feel different on different days. It is important to look after our bodies. If your child wishes to stop and rest at any time, they should feel free to do so. I also suggest they have a bottle of water nearby to sip during class, to stay hydrated. I will stop briefly between some sections of the class, so they have a chance to drink. Yoga is a physical exercise. All exercise incorporates a possible risk of injury, most likely through falling. Please ensure that your child has enough clear space to be able to move and do actions and yoga poses without being impeded by furniture, toys or other items. We will not practice advanced poses which may strain the neck or spine such as headstands or extreme back bends. The well-being and safety of your child is my highest priority.
Montessori Teacher & Yoga Teacher
🇬🇧Lives in the United Kingdom
4 total reviews
11 completed classes
Hello, I'm Charlie. I'm a homeschool Mum and Montessori Teacher. I am also a prenatal, postnatal and Children & Family Yoga Teacher. All my Outschool classes are designed to develop focus and mindfulness. I aim to build self-esteem and...