WELLBEING PROGRAMS FOR STAFF
Nurturing Yoga for Carers
Embodied wellbeing practices can provide an amazing opportunity leading to personal transformation, providing the foundation for systemic transformation. Taking time for Yoga, embracing the concept of self-care and personal mindfulness, aged care workers will not only improve their own wellbeing, but also support their people they care for and the larger community.
From our standpoint, there is no doubt aged care workers health and resilience should be made a priority in education policy.
How aged care workers can benefit from a regular Wellbeing Program:
- Improved self-awareness of thoughts, emotions, and causes for behaviours
- Improved conflict resolution ability
- Improved empathy and compassion, for self and others
- Reduced stress, burnout, depression and anxiety
- Reduced reactivity and negativity
WHAT WE OFFER
One off, weekly, fortnightly or monthly Wellbeing classes for your staff. Classes are based on Hatha Yoga and incorporate Mindful Movement, stretches, relaxation techniques and breathing exercises. Classes are suitable for all levels of experience (from complete novices to advanced Yogis) and can be held on chairs or mats.
Pricing starts from $100 per class, depending on number of staff, duration, location, etc.
YOGAZEIT’s Teachers are qualified and registered Yoga Teachers. We are fully insured and passionate about Wellbeing for aged care workers, supporting you on your journey of self-care.
Leila (8) Making Mindful Movement Matter
"I have committed to engaging my students in mindfulness and yoga at the start of every lesson, since participating at your Workshop at Murdoch Uni.Not only does it provide a space for focus and awareness for my students, but it provides me with the space to explore who I am as a teacher.I have been teaching for about 24 years, so I feel like I know when I have found a good thing! Offering a calm and meditative space for young people to be through the very difficult time of Covid-19 has felt very important. In the last few stressful days of last term, six year 7 students attended my class, four of whom said they hadn’t slept the night before. I led them through a visualisation based on yours where they go through a door. I think you call in “A special Place”. Two of them stayed asleep and one said, “Miss, can we do that every lesson?”. They then drew their happy place."
Sophie J., John Curtin College of the Arts, Fremantle.
Teacher Wellbeing Program
6hour Tools for Teachers, Murdoch University
Liam 7, After School Yoga
Lee, Teens Yoga Teacher Training
Mum of Marco (13)
Anja, Lifestyle Coordinator Opal Aged Care
Robyn – Primary School Teacher
Anna, 4hour Tools for Teachers
Asha, 4hour Tools for Teachers
Leila, 9 – After School Yoga Program
Mum of Karla (3), Toddler Yoga
Rebecca, Children’s Yoga Teacher Graduate
Vicky, Children’s Yoga Teacher Training
Marsha, Training Graduate
Joe (5) After School Yoga
Tools for Teachers Workshop – Family Pathways
Emma, Children’s Yoga Teacher Training
Claire, Teenage Yoga Teacher Training
Isabella, Children and Teens Teacher Training
Kylie – Childrens Yoga Teacher Training
Children’s Yoga Teacher Training
Mira, Teenage Yoga Teacher Training
Ellie, High School Teacher (6hour Tools for Teachers)
Margot, Yoga Educator
Kym (Waggrakine Primary School)
Kaye – Children’s Yoga Teacher Training
Mel, Children’s and Teens Yoga Teacher Training
Samantha (14) – Co Curricular Classes
Anne, Mum of Maisie and Alice
You are a wonderful teacher and it’s been great to be a part of the Wednesday mornings. Take care.