Life is a lot more complicated for teenagers than most adults give them credit for. Many teenagers are balancing schoolwork with part-time jobs, sports, and an active social life. There are plenty of studies out there that have found teenagers are even more stressed out than adults. And it’s a growing problem.
Statistics show that there is a higher percentage of teenagers who experience stress, anxiety, depression, and suicidal thoughts than in the past. There are many different theories on why this is happening but regardless of the reason, it’s important that teenagers learn ways to effectively handle stress and anxiety. One way they can do this is through mindfulness, movement and meditation.
Yogazeit is excited to offer FREE Mindfulness, Movement and Meditation for Teens, young adults and anybody interested in giving this evidence-based practice a go!
FREE MINDFUL MOVEMENT (YOGA) for TEENS
Tuesdays, 4pm – 5pm (starting 5/4/22)
Supporting mental and physical Health and Wellness with nurturing Yoga and Mindfulness. Focus on these classes is stress-release and body-mind strengthening. With thanks to the City of Fremantle. Strictly limited spots. Enrolment essential.
These classes are offered every Tuesday from 5th April 2022
For more information email FYN@fremantle.wa.gov.au 🧘♂️
FREE DEADLY MINDS: Culturally relevant Yoga and Mindfulness
Wednesdays, 4-5pm (Starting 27/4/22)
Are you seeking free, culturally relevant Mindfulness and Movement workshops that support your connection to country and self? ☮
Run by Yogazeit’s Indigenous Outreach Coordinator, you’re invited to join this unique 6-week program, fostering art, stretching, strengthening and relaxation techniques to support social and emotional wellbeing – one breath at a time. 🧘♂️No experience required – focused on young people aged 12 to 25, but open to all ages.Yoga mats will be provided to the first 10 people upon arrival. 🌈
For more information email FYN@fremantle.wa.gov.au ✌
YOGAZEIT LIVE on RADIO FREMANTLE 😉
Thanks to the @Radio Fremantle for their shout out LIVE on the radio today. Di from Radio Fremantle spoke to Sharn about Yogazeit, our social impact projects and how and why we’re here to support growing bodies and minds in the City of Fremantle with Yoga and Mindfulness. One breath at a time.