PE: Bend, stretch and breathe

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By Michael Chissick — BE.D (HONS) BWY DIP, Director of Yoga At School

Discover the inclusiveness of yoga and its profound effect on children’s behaviour and concentration

girl doing yoga

Promote healthy minds and bodies with yoga

Yoga at School has been teaching yoga in primary mainstream and special needs schools since 1999. In that time, they have helped thousands of children learn how to relax and stay calm, and show that yoga can be a fun way to keep fit.

Yoga at School works for all children, regardless of academic ability, body shape, weight, culture or special needs, which means that all children can participate on an equal footing. This is particularly advantageous for shy children and those who might feel inadequate in PE or games sessions, as well as those children with SEN.

The programme’s aims and objectives are:

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