Childrens & Teens Yoga Classes in Wicklow Town with Maxine Bonus
NEW YEAR TERM 2020!
Ananta’s childrens & teens yoga classes will resume on Friday 10th January 2020.
Bookings now being taken. Early enrolment advised as these classes fill up quickly!
- From – Friday 10th January 2020
- Fees – €50 for the 6 week block,
- €95 for 2 siblings for the 6 week block
Bookings – Please contact Maxine Bonus on 086 8052486 or firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more and register your interest. Full details below.
These very popular classes cater for all children from tots to teenagers. The classes are age specific (4-7yrs) (8-12yrs) (13+yrs) and offer all the benefits that this incredible ancient life science has to give.
Little Kids Yoga for ages 4-7 years Fridays 3.15pm – 4.00pm
Start them early. Yoga helps to develop your child’s emotional creativity. All yoga poses are related to the natural world in some way and perfect to stimulate the imagination and when a child masters a pose, it gives them confidence and self-esteem, so important in their foundation years. Little kids yoga is a fun & engaging class where children learn breathing techniques that are essential tools they can use to find balance and calm in their busy worlds.
Kids Yoga for ages 8-12 years.Fridays 4.00pm – 5.00pm
Yoga helps kids achieve a sound mind in a sound body by exercising the physical body and calming the mind. As parents we want our children to act and behave with mindfulness and with compassion, to be brave to know love and happiness, and to find inner peace, Since the modern world moves very, very fast for children, it is not long before they feel all kinds of pressure (personal, parental, social) to keep up with everyone around them. Yoga functions as a release valve that alleviates pressure and as a foundation to nurture and develop a resilient and resourceful body, mind, and spirit.
Teen Yoga 13+ years – Fridays 5.15pm – 6.15pm
Just like the adult version, yoga will enhance flexibility, strength, coordination, and body awareness. Yoga promotes physical strength because we learn to use all of our muscles in new ways. Whether a pose is practiced standing, sitting, or lying down, each one can challenge various muscle groups while helping us become aware of our body and how it efficiently functions. Yoga refines coordination and balance and ability to focus in a mindful manner. Concentrating on the breath or feeling a stretch keep minds settled and calm, preventing negative thought processes and distractions.
These are invaluable tools to equip our children and teens with as they cope with all the demands of 21st century living.
Please contact Maxine Bonus on 086 8052486 or email@example.com to find out more and register your interest.