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Pupils across UK attempt to break Guinness World Record in Yoga

This autumn, pupils in primary schools across the UK will join a mass online participation attempt to break a world record for the most children to practise yoga together.

Pupils taking part have the chance to create and enter their very own Yoga pose, with the winning pose being practised during the 10 minute attempt at the start of the school day.

“All primary schools are welcome to register and we’re supporting schools with free weekly yoga clips to help prepare children with a handful of Yoga poses for the main event. Any child in any primary school anywhere can take part, it’s an inclusive practise.” comments Joanne Wharton, Yoga in School Specialist at Shaping Healthy Minds Online, children’s online Yoga company.

In 2016, 35,985 people took part in the largest ‘in person’ Yoga lesson in New Delhi, India, whilst last year, 3,118 people broke the world record for most people practising plank pose together in Zhuji, China.

Guinness World Record

All schools joining will be listed as taking part and receive a certificate. The date and time this autumn are yet to be confirmed, but schools can register now to join this record breaking exciting online Yoga lesson and receive free Yoga by emailing: info@kidsloveyoga.org.uk  

All information will be sent out in September 2021 and also held here: www.kidsloveyoga.org.uk

About Shaping Healthy Minds Online

With a mission for every child in primary school UK education to have access to the benefits of Yoga, Shaping Healthy Minds Online and Kids Love Yoga help children in school to be flexible, connected and relaxed through fun Yoga based activities. 

Through a team of Primary School Teachers and Children’s Yoga Teachers, Yoga sessions are delivered through an online platform of videos and plans, as well as in person - as part of the school timetable or as breakfast, lunchtime or after school clubs. Learn more:www.kidsloveyoga.org.uk