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Yoginis Yoga - Susan Hartley
Director of Yoginis Yoga Training Ltd, training Educators and EYs practitioners to deliver yoga and mindfulness in their organisation
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Yoginis Yoga - Susan Hartley Oct 20
The Yoginis Yoga sloth means it’s time for relaxation have a lie down, let your body surrender and just think about your breath ‘I am breathing in, I am breathing out’ it’s not lazy it’s healing and calming
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Yoginis Yoga - Susan Hartley Oct 7
see our free resources great for helping children with their wellbeing
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Yoginis Yoga - Susan Hartley Oct 6
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Yoginis Yoga - Susan Hartley Oct 2
Yes these are everyday exercises and tools. We agree with your view of one day events, for us its for life not just for a day, but sometimes its a great starting point to get people involved. We've got other free resources on our website too and plan to add more.
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Yoginis Yoga - Susan Hartley Oct 2
Aw Miss Forlani we love your yoga pictures and this is great too the breath is a very important part of yoga
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Yoginis Yoga - Susan Hartley Oct 2
Lovely to see one of our Yoginis Yoga trained coaches spreading the Yoginis Yoga Promise and delivering our sessions to her class
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Yoginis Yoga - Susan Hartley Oct 2
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Yoginis Yoga - Susan Hartley Oct 2
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Yoginis Yoga - Susan Hartley Oct 2
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Yoginis Yoga - Susan Hartley Sep 26
Replying to @MineEYMind
Seriously over blu tac, some people need to get out more. What is wrong with some of these people.
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Yoginis Yoga - Susan Hartley Sep 24
Replying to @raepica1
In other circumstances would that not be called child cruelty, we seriously need to get early years foundation right it's the foundation of their future. We ask educators to spread our kindness promise and we believe in the trickle down method.
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Yoginis Yoga - Susan Hartley Sep 19
Spread a little kindness today, go to and download the free kindness resources
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Yoginis Yoga - Susan Hartley Sep 18
Movement goes hand in hand with brain development, if we want them to be still we first have to let them move.
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Yoginis Yoga - Susan Hartley Sep 18
Great day so far meeting headteachers at Excellence for Education Ltd conference in milnrow.
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Yoginis Yoga - Susan Hartley Sep 16
So looking forward to exhibiting at the Bury hub this evening.
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Yoginis Yoga - Susan Hartley Sep 12
Replying to @salasocceruk
That's because they cut back on youth centres and youth workers
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Yoginis Yoga - Susan Hartley Sep 3
Great day training Early Years Yoga Coaches, ready to start teaching for the new term. Yoga in early Years isn’t about perfect posture, it’s about building foundations for a healthy lifestyle and having fun!! You too can train to teach in your setting
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Yoginis Yoga - Susan Hartley Sep 3
Great time yesterday training Early years providers.
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Yoginis Yoga - Susan Hartley Aug 22
That's because they were made to sit up too early as babies, propped up instead of letting them do it by themselves and develop core strength
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Jane Evans Aug 18
Sadly this week on UK TV a programme will be showing how to 'train your baby like a dog,' Here is my take on why this is deeply harmful to any child, and even to dogs, as its all about external control and compliance.
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