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Why Schools Should Use Their PE and Sport Premium Grant to Pay for Children's Yoga Teacher Training

As schools strive to provide the best possible education for their students, many are turning to alternative forms of physical education, such as yoga. Yoga is a practice that combines physical postures, breath control, and meditation. These ancient practices have been used for centuries to promote physical, emotional, and mental well-being, and they can be incredibly beneficial for children in schools.




Yoga is a great way for children to develop strength, flexibility, and balance. A regular yoga practice can help children improve their coordination and concentration. It is also very effective at improving children's posture and reducing the risk of injuries.


Yoga and meditation can help children develop emotional intelligence and self-awareness. Children who take part in these practices are often better equipped with the necessary coping mechanisms to deal with stress and anxiety. Breathwork can also help children learn how to regulate their emotions and improve their overall emotional well-being.


Meditation and yoga can improve children's focus and concentration in the classroom as well as their memory and cognitive function. Breathwork can also help children reduce their stress levels and improve their overall mood.


Incorporating Yoga, Breathwork and Meditation in schools


Schools can incorporate yoga, breathwork, and meditation into their curriculum in a variety of ways. Yoga and meditation classes can be held during physical education classes or during lunch breaks. Breathwork can be taught during class time, for example, before an exam or test, so children feel more relaxed and focused during these times.


Did you know that the PE and Sport Premium can be used to pay for Children's Yoga Teacher Training courses? This grant is provided to primary schools to help improve the quality and breadth of physical education and sport opportunities for pupils. Schools can use the funding to pay for a variety of activities, including teacher training, equipment, and after-school clubs.


Investing in a Children's Yoga Teacher Training course is a smart decision for schools who want to provide the best possible education for their students. The physical, emotional, and mental health benefits of yoga are undeniable, and by using the Government PE and Sport Premium Grant to pay for this training, schools can ensure that their pupils have access to high-quality yoga instruction. By providing children with the tools they need to lead happy, healthy lives, we can help to create a better future for all.


Active Balance Children's Yoga Teacher Training


So, if you are passionate about yoga and children, why not join our Active Balance Children's Yoga Teacher Training course! This comprehensive programme will give you the skills and knowledge you need to teach yoga to children. Our experienced instructor, Claudine, will guide you through the process of creating fun and engaging yoga classes, and you'll learn how to use yoga as a tool for promoting physical, emotional, and mental well-being in children.


Enrol now and take the first step towards a fulfilling experience of teaching children's yoga!


More information about the Active Balance Children's Yoga Teacher Training programme can be accessed here





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