TEENAGE YOGA & MEDITATION
The teen years are a pivotal time of development where the benefits of yoga can be particularly effective in empowering and supporting teenagers to manage the growing challenges and pressures of everyday life on a mental, physical and emotional level.
Our Teenage Yoga & Meditation Course is designed specifically to support and benefit adolescents experiencing immense changes in the body’s physiology and biochemistry, as well as dealing with the impacts on mood, selfidentity and how they relate to world. Practicing yoga and meditation can enhance confidence, self-esteem and promote a much-needed sense of inner calm and clarity, while reducing symptoms of anxiety, mild depression and emotional imbalances. It’s also an activity that provides countless physical health benefits, and is an ideal addition to sports training that supports flexibility as well as strength building.
The classes are fun, open and relaxed with all students being made to feel welcome and supported throughout. No previous yoga experience is necessary to enjoy this nourishing, liberating and rebalancing practice.
Age Group: 12-17 years
Class Duration: 75 Minutes
Course runs weekly during school terms: Wednesdays 4pm – 5:15pm
Next term dates: 1 February 2017 – 29 March 2017
Investment: $140 per term (Early Bird discount of 10% applies to bookings paid 14 days prior to term commencement)
Registration and payment is required prior to course commencement – secure your spot today as places tend to fill quickly! Don’t hesitate to contact us if you need any further information.
*You can also join us for a casual drop-in class for $25, subject to availability.
In addition to these specially designed classes, teens are also able to attend regular Moksha Yoga classes under the following conditions:
– 13 to 16 year-olds are able to attend the regular classes WITH a parent and/or guardian. The parent/guardian also needs to sign the teenager’s Health and Registration form.
– 17 year-olds are able to attend regular classes BY THEMSELVES, however a parent/guardian needs to sign the teenager’s Health and Registration form beforehand.