Yoga is a life-time journey and the skills developed not only help young ones in their daily routine and school-work, yoga provides learning, understanding and skills that will and can be used throughout all the stages in life.

The whole point of yoga is to help a person, no matter what their age be successful working with their strengths and to build confidence and self-esteem.


Yoga means ‘union’.  Union of the body and mind through posture. Through creating body awareness that includes balance, co-ordination, flexibility strength and conscious breathing, not only does yoga have a positive impact physically, it also works on the mind and the emotions.

The more obvious physical benefits are often what attracts followers that initially do not have awareness of the other benefits.

Yoga enhances physical, mental, emotional and spiritual health enabling building of ‘inner resources and strengths’ that we need throughout our lives and the situations life presents for us all. 

Yoga for Kids helps to embed practices from a very early age and integrates positive behaviours and choices over how we learn, grow, develop and respond to situations throughout our lives.

Typical Class Structure

Lasting 45 – 60 minutes a typical class structure is as follows:

CONNECTING with self and others - Creating cohesion in the group and focussing concentration on class and tasks ahead

POSES AND POSTURE development using creative ways to increase body awareness and confidence in abilities and to build upon these

FUN ACTIVITIES using a topic theme and games; partner and group working as well as individual working encouraging imagination, leadership, participation and communication as examples

QUIET TIME and relaxation using a variety of methods to introduce mindfulness and meditation practices

No matter what the theme is that is chosen, individuals, partner and teamwork is integrated with yoga leaders and participants co-creating events whilst still achieving the desired outcomes of:

  • connecting to self and others, fostering respect for self and others
  • physical exercises to encourage body awareness and control through posture, balance, flexibility, strength and conscious breathing training
  • provides mental and emotional resilience techniques through relaxation, mindfulness and meditation


Family Yoga

Currently being developed.  Can be in larger groups or bespoke to a family that wants to increase its connection and working together enhancing relationships and communication with each other.