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Children's yoga and mindfulness classes in Bishop's Stortford and the surrounding area.

Yoga does wonders for children’s self-awareness, self-esteem, resilience, energy, strength, concentration, co-ordination, balance and creativity.  It connects and exercises the 3 B's: Body, Brain and Breath.


Classes will exercise and empower children with a variety of activities including deep breathing games, yoga poses and challenges, yoga style party games, partner and group yoga and chill out time.  


The classes will encourage children to develop healthy habits by teaching not only yoga postures, but also well-being life skills such as breath awareness, emotional literacy, self regulation, and coping and calming skills.

"Experiencing yoga in childhood will not only benefit children now, but also their future health and well-being." Sara Thompson, Founder of The Wonder Tree.

Sessions can either be yoga, mindfulness or well-being techniques or a combination of all of these.


Be still. Breathe. Reset.  

Be a Wonder.


For children to ‘look with wonder’ at themselves and others.

To empower children, growing their inner and outer strength.


The ultimate goal is to give children the life skills they need to live healthy, full-filling lives as adults. 



By providing fun exercise classes which include time for children to learn about themselves,

connect with others and relax.

By teaching the practices of yoga and mindfulness.

By teaching the ‘The Wonder Tree’ well-being techniques.

By providing a culture of respect with a growth mind set approach.



Children will feel happy and healthy.

Children will learn yoga poses and principles.

Children will learn mindfulness techniques.

Children will learn The Wonder Tree well-being techniques.

Children will become more self-awareness which will lead to an increase in self-regulation and resilience.

Children will learn calming and coping techniques.

Children will develop healthy habits (life skills) for mental and physical well-being.