We have children's yoga inspired programmes licked

Each week over 8,000 children join our yoga-inspired classes. Together we master foundations for life gaining new social, emotional and physical skills.


Our yoga-inspired classes are run nationwide in cities, towns and villages and the class focus changes weekly. There is an extensive term-time programme in nurseries, pre-schools and primary schools gifting children essential learning away from their desks. These run at breakfast and after-school clubs, also during the school day. We go to parties, weddings, festivals, abroad - anywhere there are children!


Our CIbY mission

We are bendy, giggly, clever and strong by design - it is at the heart of everything we do and what our programmes deliver in a nutshell.


  • Bendy through yoga

  • Giggly through creativity

  • Clever through curriculum links

  • Strong through mindfulness & mindful movement


Baby Bumpkin 0-2 years


Description

Our yoga-inspired sessions offer a calm and soothing environment for babies and their carers to learn and nurture new skills. As babies move and stretch, gentle motion comes to life with creative storytelling and sensory play.


Aims

  • To create a secure space where parents can share thoughts and ideas while learning about their baby’s natural development.

  • Provide parents with age-appropriate poses and activities for their babies, which they can easily do at home. Parents appreciate they are their baby’s best playmate!


Development outcomes

  • Week by week, bonds are strengthened and, skills are learnt to aid restful sleep, calm digestion and provide overall wellbeing in babies.

  • Each story-based session is aligned with the Early Years Foundation Stage curriculum.

Tatty Bumpkin 2-7 years


Description

Our happy, sociable sessions are filled with fun, love and yoga-inspired movement brought to life with storytelling and music composed especially for the classes. A multi-sensory approach develops physical skills & early communication skills – a critical factor in positive life outcomes. Kindness, consideration and respect are at the heart of the sessions. Mindfulness and breath awareness are introduced with playful games and activities, giving children strategies for their future mental wellbeing early. All sessions are aligned to the national curriculums.


Aims

  • To inspire young children to enjoy moving while developing communication and social skills.

  • Tatty Bumpkin is about mindful movement, combined with quieter breath and relaxation activities, these lay the foundations for self-regulation and coping skills for mental wellbeing.

  • To work with nurseries, schools & parents to provide children with a breadth of experiences they may not have had access to.


Development outcomes

  • Physical confidence, communication and concentration flourish, strength, balance and coordination skills are mastered.

  • Self-regulation is developed and the gift of the yoga-inspired session children precious time to relax and be. The more knowledge and experiences you have, the better equipped you are.


Tatty Guroo 8-11 years


Description

The key concepts of yoga are introduced in these creative and fun sessions. Partner poses and yoga-inspired games, mindfulness & relaxation create a varied & motivating experience. Linked to the key curriculum subjects PSHE, Geography, Science, History, Music and the Arts teachers are assured the learning continues and sessions can be effectively bought into the curriculum.


Aims

  • Provide older children with fun, motivating opportunities to progress their physical skills and body confidence alongside learning in all areas.

  • Cultivate the character traits essential for forming strong and positive relationships throughout life: resilience, self-belief & perseverance. In a broader context, the sessions instill the importance of self-respect and self-worth.

  • Yoga-based practices aim to build personal attributes such as honesty, integrity, courage, humility, kindness, generosity, trustworthiness and a sense of justice.

  • Provide children with fun relaxation, mindfulness and breath techniques, which they can use as part of coping strategies.

  • Progress self-regulation skills by combining more active physical challenges with moments of quieter reflection.


Development outcomes

  • Children learn and take forward essential skills for life - how to keep their body healthy, how to be resilient and manage stress, how to communicate and collaborate as a group.

  • Children continue to learn they have a right to be themselves and take pride in their achievements - building self-respect & being adaptable to change.

  • At this critical time, some children may be wishing to opt-out of regular PE sessions, Tatty Guroo inspires children to keep moving and physically exploring. For the sporty child, the yoga poses make a perfect movement companion focusing on balance, spatial awareness and flexibility.


Yoga Guroo 11-16 years


Description

The key concepts of yoga are introduced in these creative and fun sessions. Partner poses and yoga-inspired games, mindfulness & relaxation create a varied & motivating experience. Linked to the key curriculum subjects PSHE, Geography, Science, History, Music and the Arts teachers are assured the learning continues and sessions can be effectively bought into the curriculum.


Aims

  • To embed firm foundations for lifelong, physical wellbeing, self-respect and self-worth through a creative, non-competitive, but challenging approach. Negative experiences of PE at school can put young people off physical activity for life.

  • During puberty, an increase in heart and lung volumes along with a growth spurt means teenagers rapidly increase their muscular strength, aerobic capacity and exercise tolerance. Regular stretching and strengthening need to part of their day to truly harness this potential and set the body up for life.

  • In tandem with the physical, Yoga Guroo provides practical strategies for life long mental wellbeing through breath, mindfulness and relaxation.

  • In schools, Yoga Guroo aims to be part of an ambitious curriculum which is effectively implemented and evidenced.

  • On a broader, society level Yoga Guroo sessions work with schools and parents in strengthening traits crucial for wellbeing: belief in achieving goals, resilience and perseverance. Continuing on from Tatty Bumpkin and Tatty Guroo, Yoga Guroo extends the golden threads of honesty, integrity, courage, humility, kindness, generosity, trustworthiness and a sense of justice.


Development outcomes

  • Learning to just be. Everyone’s body has a physical limitation through its own construction, with Yoga Guroo teenagers recognise how to listen to their own body, learn practical self-care skills and take on growing responsibility for their personal health.

  • Developing and nurturing character traits that support motivation and guides positive behaviour and personal development. Taking inspiration from recent national guidelines, Yoga Guroo gives young adults opportunities to reflect wisely, learn eagerly, behave with integrity and cooperate consistently with others – opening up the qualities they need to flourish.


Incredible supporting stuff

Here is a small selection of the amazing in-house artwork available for all programmes that you will have access to as a franchisee. You will be able to order personalised marketing material using the CIbY Viapoint artwork system and your clients all have access to supporting materials that they can download and print off such as colouring in sheets or lesson outlines. We have collaborated with a host of talented musicians to create a catalogue of tunes that are beautiful and whimsical, really help bring the classes to life and are beloved by all. Listen on Spotify





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