|Kids Yoga, Birthday Parties, & Special Needs Yoga||28th June 2017|
Kids Yoga, Birthday Parties & Special Needs Yoga
Louisa’s yoga for kids is a fun, creative approach to yoga that can be very helpful for children whose bodies are still developing. The use of animated poses and basic stretching exercises promote strength, flexibility, coordination and body awareness. Breathing and visualisation techniques teach kids how to focus, relax and develop self-control.
Kids will improve concentration and focus, stimulate their imagination and help to release energy in a fun, safe environment. Using interactive games and animated postures, kids learn about animals, nature and basic anatomy through yoga.
Louisa encourages inner-strength, confidence and self-esteem; a feeling of well-being and respect for others; and, love for one's self, inside and out.
YogaBugs classes are targeted at children aged 2 ½ to 8 years old. Postures are integrated into adventures and creative stories which children love. Yoga’d Up is targeted at 8-12 year olds, and is original, creative and interactive. They include themes to enable children to work together with fun partner work postures and yoga games.
Schools, Nurseries and Clubs
Louisa has taught yoga in over 50 schools throughout Grampian. Teaching either a block of sessions, a one-off class or even the whole school as part of their Health Week. She also regularly teaches in nurseries (as far as Brechin).
Brownies, After-School Clubs, etc. have also utilised Louisa's yoga as part of their programme.
Louisa is experienced in performing seminars and demonstrations at various schools and nurseries to educate staff on how to integrate yoga into the classroom.
Available for bookings privately or within your club or school.
Yoga Birthday Parties are a new and fun way of entertaining your children! Parties can be booked for an hour, either by coming to your home or to a venue of your choice.
Louisa conducts a story suited to the Birthday Girl or Boy's own interests, and also Yoga Party Games.
Available 7 days of the week
Special Needs Yoga
Yoga has its role to play in the lives of people of all denominations, ages and nationalities, whether disabled or not. For those with special needs, however, it has particular benefit because it works on three levels – the physical, the mental and the spiritual, and maintains an integrated development.
Louisa has been lucky enough to work at Carronhill Special Needs School in Stonehaven, The Raeden Centre, Nursery School, Aberdeen, at the special unit in Loirston Primary, and with blind and deaf children, and those with cerebal palsy. She also feels privileged to practise one-to-one sessions with autistic adults, who she feels gain the most benefit from her sessions.
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