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4-Week Teen Yoga Course

Ebb&Flow Farnham
Event organized by Ebb&Flow Farnham

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£50 for 4 weeks

From 7th April to 28th April, every Saturday, at 15:00 - 16:00

Your teenage years should be some of the best years of your lives, a time for discovery, changes and opportunities..

Yet sometimes they are also some of the most challenging years. Dealing with school demands, friendships, break-ups and social changes can lead to increased stress, anxiety and concentration issues.

Sports and other physical fitness activities are a great way to channel these mental road blocks. If you’re not keen on competitive sports as they’re not so great at easing your mind, the benefits of teen yoga can be invaluable.

Many top athletes and celebrities like Fearne Cotton, Andy Murray, David Beckham, Justin Timberlake, Jenson Button, Lady GaGa, Adam Levine, Beyonce use yoga to build their confidence, their strength and their focus so it’s just as useful for the competitive teen boy rugby player, as the teen girl who isn’t so keen on sport – everyone benefits.

It helps all people become more aware of themselves both physically and mentally and it helps you relax. In learning to relax young people gain more space in their heads, the more they relax the easier it is to let go of problems and memories as they surface, thus creating more space in their minds.

This extra mental space can help you find new solutions to your problems or create new perspectives.

This course begins with a discussion process, to assess the needs of the group. We work at the pace and level to suit the age range of each group joining. In a space free of competition, you will feel safe and nurtured. Friendships are developed and our specialised Teen Yoga teachers (all DBS checked) have the necessary skills and training to guide you through your life challenges, ensure you actually enjoy the sessions, make it fun but importantly have the skills to help you find your own path with your everyday experiences.

“We retain 10% of what we read, yet 75% of what we experience”