There has been a pretty good reason, why I've been a bit absent.... ahm MIA.
I spent a good couple of months at the end of 2016 agonising over whether or not I had enough knowledge, skills and expertise to share on the subject of kids & yoga ... and then I spent a couple of months tooing and frooing over how I'd go about it ... and then I spent 6 months writing the Just For Kids Yoga Teacher Training, which is 50 hours of fun, practical, meaningful tools and tips for anyone who wants to introduce yoga to kids.
Parents, teachers, youth workers, early childhood teams, yoga instructors and you will complete this course with all the tricks and tips that I have researched, taught, experimented with and had fun delivering to yogini's from 3 to the yogi's of 17. On top of all that you get 20 years of my teaching experience to help you manage behaviours, design meaningful courses, fun classes, utilise resources and explore the endless possibilities, joys and laugh out loud moments that working with kids brings.
Last weekend I worked with my first group of trainees in Mackay. Lots of fun, ah ha moments and shared learning - my type of learning environment.
Photo below of the inspired and inspiring Teena, Kerry, Anita and Mel.
Next weekend I'm off to the Sunshine Coast to my school - Yoga NRG in Currimundi to do it all again. Can't wait.
AND I have Rockhampton scheduled for February 9-11 2018. If your interested or knowsomeone wo is get in touch.
I promise I'll be more attentive to the website & the blog, now that that big project is out of the way.
Remember - A persons a person, no matter how small.
Bre, AJ & Paula at Yoga NRG Curruimundi Teena, Kerry, Anita & Mel at Yogi Space - Mackay
Christine, Penny & Alysha recently completed the Just For Kids Yoga Teacher Training in Rockhampton
Tracey is a knowledgeable yoga instructor and the children look forward to her regular visits. It's amazing to watch the children grow and learn the poses and strategies that she uses. The children are always excited to share what they have learnt and often transfer what they have done that day into other aspects of their play. Educators are using the calming strategies during the day.
Tracey, my daughter loves your yoga classes at day care. I have just watched her attempt to retell a story through yoga. Thoroughly cute! Thanks so much for your thought and effort.