Teen Yoga and Mindfulness

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This is a fun, supportive weekly Yoga and Mindfulness class for young people. Suitable for 13-18 year olds.

Learn to: - Manage stress and anxiety
- Breathe healthily - Get some head space - Build strength - Get more flexible - Be happy in your own skin

Classes integrate mindfulness practices, strength and flexibility movements, breath awareness, and relaxation. Students learn strategies to cope with the challenges they meet at school and in their lives.

All bodies and fitness levels warmly welcomed. Please bring a drink bottle and wear comfy clothes you can move and sit comfortably in. Yoga mats available.

Contact: Helen - 021 2563 205
Email - helenkerrisonyoga@gmail.com

Helen has a yoga teaching diploma with IYTA (NZ), a children's yoga teaching certificate with Yoga in Daily life, and she has completed numerous yoga retreats and trainings, and mindful meditation retreats over the past 20 years.

Testimonials: "Helen's teaching style makes every individual feel like they are completely capable of practicing yoga. Fit or unfit, varying body shapes, Teen Yoga welcomes all. I find that with every class, my body and mind become more healthy and rejuvenated." - Elle age 18

"My daughter is absolutely loving teen yoga. It's something she will carry on with now throughout her life. Great skills to learn." - Sheree

"I like Teen Yoga because it helps me relax and it's fun." - Kahu age 14

Adult classes also available.

Dates & Times

  • Mon, March 25, 2019 (4:00pm to 5:15pm)
  • Mon, April 01, 2019 (4:00pm to 5:15pm)
  • Mon, April 08, 2019 (4:00pm to 5:15pm)

More information

LocationStream Pilates, 69 Bank Street., Whangarei, Whangarei
Cost $10.00 Weekly

Venue details

Address69 Bank Street., Whangarei
Phone021 262 0079
WebsiteVisit Venue Website →
About this Venue

We create habits in the way we use our bodies every day. How we swivel and reach for that paper on the other desk, grab our cup, sit at the computer, melt into the couch. Let's approach a dynamic yet relaxed stance to invigorate the body and reeducate our daily movements. It's not just about standing on one foot, it is the material of ageing well and moving with grace.