Yoginis yoga are specialists in children’s wellbeing and mental health training.
Training professionals working with children to deliver yoga and mindfulness as part of the education syllabus since 2006.
The Yoginis Mission to spread kindness through“Kind Hearts, Kind Words, Kind Thoughts” is proven to be effective in self-regulation and is more relevant than ever at this time. This promise is an integral part of the resources Yoginis offer.
Yoginis Yoga are supporting:
Teachers and Children
Providing PSHE resources that can be used at home. Our ‘Super Me’ booklet includes resources for all key themes; health and wellbeing, relationships and living in the wider world. This booklet is supported by you tube videos to bring the activities to life. This can be accessed by subscribing to to our website at www.yoginisyoga.uk/free-resources
Children and Families
Free access to our ‘Let’s Go Yoginis’ game at www.yoginisyoga.uk/parent-zone. This can be enjoyed by the whole family and encourages non contact social interaction as it can be played over video calling. It’s fun and gives physical exercise and much needed relaxation and mindfulness.
Mental Health and Wellbeing for the future
Yoginis Yoga are continuing to work to support the inclusion of mental health and wellbeing alongside academic attainment and our CPD accredited courses to enable childcare and teaching providers to deliver our CAA accredited programme to children can be studied online at this time to allow teachers to continually develop and to be ready to face the challenges that a return to school will bring following this crisis; separation anxiety, adjusting back to formal learning and children with increasing worries at home. We are offering £20 off our online level 1 courses visit www.yoginisyoga.uk/training-and-workshops for more info and book online at wwwyoginisyoga.uk/shop-1 and use code ‘CHAMPION20’ to receive discount.
Helping to ensure happy healthy content children now and in the future
Why attend Childcare & Education Expo?
Join over 2,500 like-minded individuals from the early years & primary sector who are dedicated to improving their practice and their education settings.