Teenage Yoga & Meditation Course

Benefits of Teenage Yoga include:
  • Rebalances the sleep/wake cycles
  • Relaxes musculoskeletal system
  • Reduces symptoms of anxiety and mild depression
  • Increase confidence and self esteem
  • Calms the mind and increases the mind/body connection
  • Increased spinal alignment and support of joint development
  • Improves digestion
  • Rebalances the reproductive system
  • And much, much more………..

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Call us today on 9557-5885 to find out how you can benefit from attending one of our Teenage Yoga & Meditation Classes.

Teenage Yoga & Meditation Course with Moksha Yoga

Classes designed specifically for adolescents are a great way to support teenagers to build confidence and self esteem whilst managing the growing challenges and pressures of day to day life during this time of mental, physical and emotional development.

During this time, adolescents experience immense changes that affect the body’s biochemistry and physiology as well as concentration, mood, self esteem, confidence as well as how they relate to themselves and others.

These classes are fun, open and relaxed and all students are made to feel welcome and supported throughout each class. Teenage Yoga & Meditation classes can be a great addition to sports training to support flexibility as well as strength building as Yoga stretching postures are highly beneficial in correcting this imbalance and in strengthening muscles that are not used in strength training.

The Teenage Yoga & Meditation Courses are held during every School Term on Wednesdays from 4.00-5.00pm.

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Cost: $130 per person, per term, registration and payment required at the point of booking

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“A positive self image and healthy self esteem is based on approval, acceptance and recognition from others; but also upon actual accomplishments, achievements and success upon the realistic self confidence which ensues”. Abraham Maslow


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