Learn how to teach yoga in the classroom, in fun and engaging ways. Just £99!

Inject fun and make yoga digestible to children

Chair Based Yoga practices especially for children: Asana, pranayama, mindfulness and meditation, all included in the course.


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Refreshing, tangible, easy to digest and take to the classroom.

Included in the course:

  • Video lectures and practices
  • A complete reference library of chair yoga stickmen
  • Sequences and class plans
  • 5x ready-to-yoga class plans
  • 3x Virtual friendly class plans
  • and of course the Yoga in the classroom manual that includes:
    • The benefits of teaching yoga in the classroom
    • The principles of teaching yoga in the classroom
    • Chair based yoga sun salutations
    • 2x Chair based yoga sequences
    • 30+ yoga activities suitable for children in the classroom
    • How to create a full length yoga in the classroom class plan
    • Yoga breaks in the classroom

Bring the children together in harmony, let them fully engage in the practices and ultimately in the classroom

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Frequently Asked Questions

Do I need to be a yoga teacher to take the course?
No. This course is for anyone working with children.

What is the age range of children I can teach to?
All ages of children will enjoy the practices taught in this course.

Is this course certified?
Yes. A continuous professional education certificate is issued to those that complete the course 

Is this course Yoga Alliance accredited?
This course can count for 4 non-contact hours of continuous education with yoga alliance 

Is there a time limit on when I need to complete the course?
No, you get lifetime access to the resources and lectures in this course.

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