bodyART® - Sinu positiivne sõnum kehale

bodyART KIDS

bodyART KIDS
Koolituse algus: 29.03.2019 Koolituse lõpp: 31.03.2019

bodyART Kids koolitus

 

Soovid õpetada lastele midagi toredat ja mängulist, mis neid samal ajal tasakaalustab? Siis tule õpi bodyART Kids treeneriks!

bodyART Kids on treening lastele, kus omavahel põimuvad mäng ja tants ja kuhu sisse on oskuslikult põimitud rahulikud tasakaalustavad harjutused. Liikuda on vahva ja mis võiks olla veel toredam kui teha seda tantsulises ja mängulises võtmes?

Treening on jaotatud kolme vanusegruppi ja sobib hästi näiteks koolidesse, huvialaringidesse jm.

Koolitus: bodyART Kids
Aeg: 29.-31.03.2019
Koolitaja: Ulrike Mangold (Belgia)
Hind: 299 eur (+ km)
Koht: Tallinn

Koolitus toimub inglise keeles.

Registreerumine koolitusele: info@bodyartschool.ee

REGISTREERUDES KOOLITUSELE VEEBRUARIS 2019 on soodushind 269 eur + km!

 

The bodyART Kids program is designed for people, who wish to work with children in a guided, fun and intuitive way.

Robert Steinbacher developed the bodyART concept in 1994 inspired by the contrast he saw in children's innate urge to move and adults' difficulties to find motivation to exercise.

Movement comes naturally to children. Initially they experience physical activity as fun. However, as they grow older and feel pressure to "perform" a certain way they might experience their first failures to live up to the expectations of their peers, teachers and/or parents. Physical activity can then become less fun and the child might want to avoid it all together.

In today's fast paced world where children play with and communicate largely through electronical devices, we observe more and more that children also lose the urge to move already at a very young age. This program intends to bring the joy of and desire for movement back to children. Movement is brought to them in a playful and fun way which will encourage them to stick to a regular practice, hopefully for the rest of their lives, thus building a foundation for lifelong well-being.witty as fun. However, as they grow older and feel pressure to "perform" a certain way they might experience their first failures to live up to the expectations of their peers, teachers and/or parents. Physical activity can then become less fun and the child might want to avoid it all together.