School Breathe Love: Donate TODAY

Knowing the infinite benefits a breathwork practice can bring, here at www.schoolbreathe.com, we are passionate about teaching breathwork to school children, and this year it’s our aim to train 100 primary school teachers to become dedicated in-school breath coaches. But we can’t achieve this alone! We are reaching out to all the wider community who feel committed to helping the next generation to learn invaluable tools for life.

 

Suggested price: £5.00

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This year sees the launch of our School Breathe Love campaign. Please read about it in full, over on our dedicated page here: https://schoolbreathe.com/schoolbreathe-love-2022/

Knowing the infinite benefits a breathwork practice can bring, we are passionate about teaching breathwork to school children, and it’s our 2022 aim to train 100 primary school teachers to become dedicated in-school breath coaches. But we can’t achieve this alone! We are reaching out to the wider community who feel committed to helping the next generation to learn invaluable tools for life to help raise essential funds for those primary and junior school teachers, keen to become in-school breath coaches.

Donations can be minimal, and here is a breakdown of what teachers receive as part of their breath coach training:

• Full access to the online breath coach course plus downloadable materials (breathing posters) to be used in class.
• Access to live workshops for self-development with one of our breath coaches
• Ongoing support throughout the training from our breath coach training team
• A ‘Breath Coach’ Starter pack which includes:
• A book for KS1 – a 20 minute guided breath routine in poem format
• Online access for KS2 + – to our ‘BreathScapes’ series
• Beautiful wooden hanging breath cards to create a calm corner within the classroom
• 6 weeks course at the end of the training for each class to access

Teachers who have embarked on the breath coach training have been astonished by the immediate results, and it’s our dream to reach more teachers and school children this year. With budgets being stretched and many schools interested in the programme being in deprived areas, we need your help to raise essential funds.