Our Approach

 Our aim is to support parents to build strong, happy and resilient children.

We not only provide academic support, but teach your child how to develop wellbeing literacy which focuses on physical, emotional, mental and spiritual wellbeing also. 

This integrative approach is what we believe is the key for successful living and learning!

Eastern Philosophy and Western Psychology

Our  Wellbeing Pathway© was developed after many years of research and experience and takes its teaching from a combination of ideologies and methodologies which are based around Chakra System Theory, Eastern Buddhist practices and Western Positive Psychology.

The Chakra System Theory, suggests that wheel-like energy centres of the body, develop sequentially, starting from the base of the spine, all the way to the top of the head. As a child develops from birth to adulthood, they need to learn how to develop both physical and emotional awareness of their body and feelings.

This occurs through supporting children in all dimensions of their experience – physically, emotionally, mentally, and spiritually and supporting them in ways that are appropriate for their current level of development.

How we can support you

Wellbeing Pathway

To support children’s development we provide them with a Wellbeing Pathway© that moves through a process of learning.

During our yoga classes & individual home schooling sessions we may touch on some of these areas depending on your child’s assessment and individual needs. We start with:

  • Environmental (Foundations) – Lifestyle Choices, Sleeping patterns, Healthy eating habits, Routine, Family Dynamics, Coping with illness
  • Physical (Grounding) – Breathing techniques, Sensory Exploration, Yoga Poses
  • Mental (Resilience) – Mindfulness, Problem solving, Coping with Stress, Resilience, Growth Mindset, Self-control, Goal Setting, Academic learning. Critical Thinking 
  • Emotional (Confidence) – Dealing with Feelings, Empathy, Confidence, Self-esteem, Kindness, Compassion
  • Spiritual (Expression) – Values, Strengths, Contribution, Expression, Creativity, Gratitude, Setting Boundaries
  • Social (Self-regulation) – Communication, Teamwork, Conflict Resolution, Self Regulation, Relationships 

As children progress along the pathway, they become able to self select the best activity to help them deal with any given situation. This self selection and resulting self-regulation is integral to developing wellbeing literacy.