Dates: Wednesdays, 9/4, 9/11, 9/18, 9/25, 10/2, 10/9
*Please note if your child goes to the Martinez Jr High or St. Catherines, Stephanie will be picking up a group of kids at Susanna Street park and walking them to The Remedy for class. If your child goes to another school please meet at The Remedy at our designated time.
Ages: 10/11-14 (Middle School)
Let’s face it, being a preteen is no walk in the park these days! Life is getting increasingly more complicated for our children at younger ages. With the advances in technology and social media, it is more crucial than ever that we teach our adolescents the importance of connecting with the most important relationship they will ever have…the one with themselves!
Come empower your preteen with Yoga and Emotional Freedom Technique (tapping.) Both modalities are powerful but pairing the two is a life changing combination. Yoga aids in feeling confident, calm, clear headed, focused and strong in our bodies. Emotional Freedom Technique is a revolutionary process that uses tapping along meridian end points to help remove emotional stressors. Let’s support our preteens with emotional intelligence and life long tools to aid them on their journey of becoming healthy adults.
In this group your preteens will get a chance to connect with one another in a safe container and learn the importance of listening to each other and themselves. Each class we explore topics such as the power of our choices, effective ways to communicate, techniques and tools for when stress strikes and so much more! Let’s help our kiddos get off the phone and onto their mats!
Here is what you can share with your preteen:
Yoga is played to current upbeat music
You can do this with your friends!
Laughter is encouraged
Meditation and quieting made easy…and fun.
Real life connection
Feeling Happy, grounded, relaxed and confident is a result!
This program is lead by Stephanie Telfer-Lara, Co-Founder of The Remedy. Stephanie has studied many healing modalities, becoming a certified yoga instructor in 2010 and receiving her Masters Degree in Spiritual Psychology in 2015. Stephanie loves working with kids and is a mother of two boys