TEEN YOGA FOR GIRLS
Spring Session: April 7 - May 26, 2014!
Mondays, 3:00pm - 4:15pm
Do you feel tired, stressed or run down? Is academic or peer pressure getting to you? Do you find it challenging to sleep, getting motivated or concentrate at times?
Our fun & inspiring Teen Yoga classes support teen girls ages 11-16 in a healthy approach to self-image, relationships, dealing with academic and social pressure, and decision making. Our classes encourage resiliency, empowerment and confidence in girls.
Join us and discover ways to feel healthier, stronger and more resilient through Yoga, meditation, breathing and self-reflection. We will tune into our mind-body-spirit connection and explore ways to better manage stress, become more confident and more empowered.
Benefits of YOGA FOR TEENS:
- develops/improves strength & flexibility
- improves concentration, focus & attention
- develops/improves balance & coordination
- improves general body awareness
- boosts self-confidence and self-esteem
- improves sleeping patterns
- encourages mind/body connection
- promotes calm and ability to be less reactive
- expands creative expression & imagination
- promotes respect for self & others
Meets Mondays at 3::00pm-4:15pm
- Drop ins welcome, pre-registration welcome but not necessary, email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Single class: $15
- Discounted class series available: 5 classes for $70; 10 classes for $120
For more information, please contact us at 858.456.2806 or via email to email@example.com.
Mandy Burstein RYT500 is a yoga instructor and writer based in La Jolla, California. She began her journey into yoga on the beaches of Costa Rica and has been captivated ever since. Through yoga and writing, she passionately empowers people to become the best versions of themselves, both on and off the mat. Check out more about Mandy on www.zengirlchronicles.com.
Laci Chiodo, E-RYT 500, specializes in Yoga for Teens and At-Risk Populations, Yoga Therapy for Children, Traditional Ashtanga Yoga, and Vinyasa.
Laci loves yoga, all eight limbs. She is dedicated to her practice and believes the only way to improve is to practice every day, regardless of the outcome. As a teacher, her goal is to provide her students with the tools to develop their own practice, so that yoga becomes a part of their daily lives both on and off the mat.
Laci created the yoga program for pregnant and parenting teen girls at Lindsay Summit High School and works with the Sean O'Shea Foundation teaching yoga in schools. In addition, she works with children and young adults to develop personalized home practices for conditions such as ADD/ADHD, anxiety disorders, stress management, self-esteem issues, etc.
Laci believes everyone can benefit from yoga. Through asana practice we connect to our mind and body, creating positive changes from within, so we can all lead happy, healthy lives. To learn more about Laci, visit www.yogamermaid.com