Relaxation In Education2020-04-27T13:30:14+01:00
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Who Is The Relaxation In Education Programme For?

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A Peaceful 5 Minutes – Free Introductory Set

We would like to provide you with free access to an introductory set of six videos and a bonus audio.

This taster set will include:

  • Introduction

  • The Breath

  • Sleep

  • Yoga

  • Mindfulness

  • T’ai Chi

  • Bonus: Guided Visualisation (audio)

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Why Choose The Relaxation In Education Digital Programme?

Our childhood has a profound effect on our adult lives.

At least one in four of the population experience problems at some point in their lives, with over half of mental health problems in adult life (excluding dementia) starting by the age of 14 and seventy-five per cent by age 18.

Although mental health issues are relatively common, they often go undetected, so children and young people don’t get the help they need as quickly as they should. NHS resources such as CAMHS (Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services) struggle to cope with the volume of referrals, leaving parents and schools to handle the situation as best they can.

Every day in the UK, children are facing challenging situations:

  • coping with suicidal thoughts
  • refusing to attend school
  • afraid of being bullied, including cyber-bullying
  • suffering from low mood, anxiety and depression
  • lacking in confidence
  • inability to handle exam stress
  • coping with conditions such as ADHD, Dyslexia, ASD etc.
  • managing anger issues
  • eating disorders
  • conduct disorders
  • and more…
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As a result, mental health difficulties are preventing some young people from achieving their full potential.

Relaxation in Education’s programme has been designed to help schools implement “Future In Mind” (a Department of Health initiative) which states that schools have a responsibility to:

  • promote, protect and improve mental health and wellbeing

  • help students use and enjoy solitude

  • develop students spiritually


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