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Owl Pose: A wise move for nursery or school

Owl Pose: A wise move for nursery or school

  Tatty Bumpkin’s Owl Pose Owl pose is a fun way for your child to open out their upper back…

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Why yoga is important for babies, children and their families PART 1

Why yoga is important for babies, children and their families PART 1

All Posts In PART 1 of ‘Why Yoga is important for babies, children and their families’, Tara McGregor looks at…

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What are the limbs of yoga and how are they used in our classes?

What are the limbs of yoga and how are they used in our classes?

What are the limbs of yoga? Traditionally, there are 8 Limbs of yoga. Ekhart Yoga list these as follows: YAMA – Restraints, moral disciplines…

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Yoga benefits for SEN children and their carers

Yoga benefits for SEN children and their carers

Special Educational Needs SEN stands for Special Educational Needs. What exactly are these? Well, the UK government provides this definition…

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5 easy ways to help your child move more

5 easy ways to help your child move more

Why should we encourage children to move more? Movement is crucial to physical development. Exercise and movement develop a child’s…

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What is the proprioceptive sense and why is it important for learning?

What is the proprioceptive sense and why is it important for learning?

What is the proprioceptive sense? The proprioceptive sense tells us about our body position. It is stimulated every time we move….

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Cat Pose

Cat Pose

How to do cat pose with your child Start cat pose by kneeling on all fours with your child, so…

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Volcano Pose

Volcano Pose

  If your child is about 4 years old or younger, they will learn new movements by looking at and…

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Monkey Pose

Monkey Pose

  How to do monkey pose If you feel able to do monkey pose with your child, do give it…

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Horse Pose

Horse Pose

Horse pose gives parents and carers a chance to be active and discover their ‘inner child’ for a moment. Doing…

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