Classes

YogaBeamz teach a wide range of age groups, from toddlers to pensioners. Classes take place in a variety of environments, from Nurseries,  schools and colleges to the workplace and care homes.

Please choose the appropriate class for your needs.

2-7 years

The classes are energetic and lots of fun! Yoga is incorporated into movements as we go on magical adventures, capturing the children’s imagination.

Here are some comments from children…

  • “The snake posture helped my tummy ache!”
  • “I love getting fizzy fingers when I touch the singing bowl.”
  • “The lavender bags send me to sleep.”
  • “It makes me laugh when mummy tries to do the telephone posture.”
  • “It’s so much fun!”

To find out more, please download our 2-7 years information sheet.
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8-11 years

Yoga is taught and practiced through fun games, sequences and partner work. A typical class includes the following…

  • Yoga postures that improve strength, stamina and flexibility.
  • Balances to improve the ability to focus, concentrate and perform to their full potential at home and in school.
  • Breathing techniques to improve the strength and capacity of the lungs and raise awareness about the way they breathe.
  • Relaxation techniques to teach the children how to maintain self control and stay calm in stressful situations, thus improving self-confidence.
  • SATs program to help the children deal with the pressure and stress associated with taking their year six SAT tests.

To find out more, please download our 8-11 years information sheet.
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12-teens

During the teenage years the body undertakes many physical and emotional changes.

This can lead to physical and emotional imbalances often manifest as rebellious behaviour or mood swings.

The regular practice of yoga can help maintain balance and increase awareness of body and mind. Encouraging self confidence and a more positive outlook on life.

To find out more, please download our 12-teens information sheet.
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Year 6 SATs programme

Naomi’s year six SATs programme has been specifically tailored to help year six children through this most difficult time of the year. This program has had far reaching benefits that have been recognized by the children, teachers and parents.

This program helps the children to learn techniques to enable them to stay calm, focused and reach their full potential in all their SATS tests.

The main techniques used in the year 6 SATS programme are…

  • Positive Affirmations
  • Breathing techniques
  • Postures
  • Relaxation & visualization
  • Gem stone
  • Worry People
  • Mandalas

Please book early to avoid disappointment.

To find out more, please download our year 6 SATs program information sheet.
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Yoga for exams

Exams can be one of the most stressful times in a person’s life!

There can be so much pressure placed on achieving good results whether it is at school, college, university, or even in the work place. As exam time draws closer the bodies stress reaction can sometimes take hold.

The regular practice of yoga teaches you to be more in tune and aware of your body and mind. Taking time out to allow your body to recharge and focus on the task ahead enables you to deal with stressful situations through breathing techniques and the art of relaxation.

Yoga in schools

Yoga can be incorporated into the school program in so many ways, from Reception to sixth form the classes are tailored to individual age groups.

YogaBeamz classes are available for…

  • PPA Cover (Planning, Preparation & Assessment)
  • S.E.A.L (Social, Emotional Aspects of Learning)
  • SATs (Standard Assessment Tests)
  • Every Child Matters
  • Healthy Schools
  • Activity Weeks
  • Inset Days
  • Lunch Clubs
  • After School Clubs

To find out more, please download our Yoga in schools information sheet.
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Teachers workshops

Teaching is very demanding physically, mentally and emotionally.

In the workshop you will learn techniques that will enhance not only your energy levels but also the positive energy of the children, giving you the opportunity to lift and inspire the children throughout their learning process. Yoga breaks throughout the day don’t have to be long, they can be done in the classroom, even sat at the desk.

To find out more, please download our Teachers workshops information sheet.
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Yoga in college and university

Challenges come in different shapes and sizes but can have an enormous effect on our physical and emotional well being, causing stress that if not managed successfully can have long term negative effects on our physical, emotional and mental well being.

Through regular practise of yoga we can incorporate postures, breathing and relaxation techniques into our everyday lives that will help ease the feeling of stress caused by pressure and give us the ability to manage stressful situations whether at college, university, interviews, training, sitting exams, giving presentations, or dealing with the day to day comings and goings in the workplace.

A detailed information sheet will be available to download very shortly!

Yoga in the workplace

Feeling stressed at work? Unable to concentrate? Maybe you feel you have so much more to offer but just don’t seem able to deliver? Employers – would you like to help your staff feel good in the workplace?

Life can become so stressful as we juggle all the different aspects of our day to day life. A relaxing yoga break in the workplace works wonders!

The regular practise of yoga teaches you to be more in tune and aware of your body and mind. Taking time out to allow your body to recharge and focus on the task ahead enables you to deal with stressful situations through breathing techniques and the art of relaxation.

A detailed information sheet will be available to download very shortly!

Yoga in care homes

It can often be difficult as we progress through life, our body often gets tired, we seem to loose the ability to move as we once did and the various aches and pains that occur can seem to be never ending.

All is not lost! In these classes you work at your own pace and ability and listen to your own body as you move and breathe.

Through simple, small and gentle movements the regular practise of yoga can help ease many aches and pains and improve muscle strength and flexibility, whilst breathing techniques encourage the lungs to expand and strengthen. These classes can be practised sat in an arm chair, standing or lying on a mat whatever you prefer and are most comfortable with.

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