The Right Approach


This statement says it all about our approach to teaching yoga to children:

Testimonial

When I am teaching yoga to children there is more, much more to it than just the yoga. The right approach starts with clear objectives and knowing how to achieve them.

The right approach means teaching within a structure that will encourage the very best behaviour and participation from the class.

The right approach comes from an understanding of what makes a special needs child special.

The right approach means never giving up trying to encourage a child with autism to get up and perform the sun sequence independently.

The right approach means making a commitment to ensure that every child is included in the lesson even if they cannot stand.

The right approach is much more than just yoga. Some might say that this is what yoga is really about.

Michael Chissick











How to Teach Yoga to Children Safely.

How to Teach Yoga to Children Safely.

If you read nothing else on this website you must read this. Common sense guidelines for teaching yoga to nursery & primary children safely.

Training in YOUR School. Primary or SEN or Nursery

Training in YOUR School. Primary or SEN or Nursery

Designed to get you teaching yoga to Primary Mainstream or SEN or Nursery children immediately.

The Yoga at School Online Shop...

The Yoga at School Online Shop...

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