10am every day, we broadcast live from Facebook (reaching 3k followers) on our TeenYoga Mindfulness page.
The offering includes
1/ simple yoga for everyone to do at home.
2/ wellbeing tip (gargle with salt water, drink a little apple cider vinegar, self-massage, planting seeds…
HOW TO TAKE YOUR CLASSES ONLINE WITH LESSON PLAN
Below I have written an outline for how to bring a class online and also a suggestion for a teen class – I am no expert but I thought it might be useful.
Currently, yoga is more popular in Australia than pilates or aerobics, with 2.18 million practitioners. Accompanying this steady increase it has started to be introduced as a health toolkit for all
Enter ‘Discount10’ on check out or for Bath 2020 email firstname.lastname@example.org. You’re welcome!
Last week, I asked Jim (17) what the bravest thing he’d ever done was and he said, “tell someone I was sad”. Nick (19) said something very similar, “to let someone know I wasn’t coping”.
Nick and Charlotta recently reported the encouraging results from the 2 year study involving schools in 5 different countries at this year’s Instill. These can be accessed here in PowerPoint format for you to use
As climate strikes pepper the land, it strikes me how one little person from Sweden has inspired millions to speak up about what they are passionate about – Mother Earth.
I had the privilege of spending Monday evening with 8 hand-picked young yogis in London.
What does inclusivity mean within yoga?
How does language influence your teaching and therapy practice?
How do you approach students and clients dealing with chronic conditions?
How can prisoners benefit from yoga?
Charlotta has been invited to contribute to Singing Dragon’s first-ever Virtual Yoga Summit, exploring the theme of Inclusive Yoga across a host of virtual channels throughout two content-packed, educational and interactive days.