Award wining author, lecturer and trainer in the field of early childhood education, care and neuroscience. Yoginis Yoga provided content for her 2020 'keep your cool toolbox', a free app designed to help children and young people to manage their emotions.

Mark Taylor hosts a regular podcasts on Education on Fire, sharing stories and resources to help children live their best life. Susan appeared on his show in 2020, talking about the importance of yoga and well-being for children.

Primary school teacher and PE expert Ryan Ellis hosts regular podcasts on the PE Umbrella, committed to the delivery of outstanding PE around the world. Susan joined Ryan in 2020 to talk about the inclusion of yoga sessions as part of PE and the education syllabus.

Kathy Brodie's Early Years TV features interviews, discussions, and presentations from leading theorists and practitioners to help professional development for early years practitioners and educators. Katie and Sue first appeared on EYTV in 2019 and will be back for more in July 2020.

Stephen Braybrook BSc. MSc.

AKA The Movement Man. He is the founder of Brain Move Education, an international movement expert and bio-mechanist and the author of The Evolution of Biomechanics.

Our Team

Katie Brennan BWY Dip. BSc (Hons) ACMA CGMA

Susan Hartley BWY Dip. Youth Mindfulness Teacher

  • Yoginis Yoga was Founded by Susan Hartley & Katie Brennan

  • Yoginis Yoga have been delivering yoga sessions and training to schools and nurseries since 2006 including special needs

  • Sue and Katie are 500hr+ trained by BWY the largest UK yoga organisation approved by Sports England, training teachers since 1971

  • Yoginis Yoga programmes are accredited by The Childrens Activities Association, an external verification of quality

  • Yoginis Yoga combine ancient techniques combined with biomechanics, neuroscience and brain moves

  • Yoginis Yoga mission is to create Happy, Healthy, Content children 

Our Vision

Our vision is that yoga for health, mental and emotional wellbeing is available to all children regardless of ability or socio-economic background.
We implement this by training those who work in early years, primary schools and with young people to deliver our unique and tested yoga programmes, based on our four key principles K*I*N*D.
Our programmes combine the ancient art of yoga with the latest research in neuroscience and bio-mechanics to offer techniques which contribute to reducing the physical and mental health issues increasingly faced by our children today.
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