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Free Yoga For Kids

Looking for resources to support children’s mental health during these challenging times? Look no further with two wellbeing lessons that will engage children and help them manage their anxiety.

Do you know a child who is feeling anxious at the moment? Are you wondering how we can support children’s wellbeing? If the answer is yes to either of these questions, here are some valuable resources for you.

This amazing Irish primary school teacher and yoga instructor (Instagram here) has combined his two roles to create engaging free well-being lessons that combine stories, yoga, meditative exercises and movement to support children’s mental health during these challenging times.

He has been kind enough to create two different versions of the same lesson: one is aimed for 5 – 9-year-olds while the other is aimed at the older classes. Both lessons range between 30 and 40 minutes and are a great resource in the current climate.

Video for the younger classes is here:

Video for the older classes is here:

If you find these remote yoga classes engaging and valuable, please share far and wide to help the widest audience possible. Make sure a click subscribe on David’s Youtube Channel to make sure that you get notified when Lesson Two comes online.

Make sure to follow @davidmooney_yoga on Instagram for updates and more lessons in the future!

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