TWEENS and TEENS
9yrs and up!
COME FLY WITH US!
TWEENS and TEENS
FREQUENT FLYER SESSIONS
Our Tween-Teen Aerial Yoga class is designed to
encourage your child's quest for physical challenge!
Tweens & Teens Aerial Yoga will developes self awareness,
spatial understanding, self esteem, and interpersonal relationships. Children gain enhanced concentration, flexibility, body awareness,
and an overall well-being from any yoga practice, but an Aerial Yoga
class has even more to offer...this super-fun style of Tween-Teen Aerial Yoga not only promotes better balance, confidence, a sense of courage and strength, it subconsciously trains their bodies and minds not to be afraid of trying new things.
TWEENS & TEENS
Late Spring Session
4:30pm - 5:3
May 14 - June 11
4 weeks for $72
Class cancelled Memorial Day May 28
Space is limited to 8 students
$18 to drop-in if space is available
Register your child online
or call 919-933-9642 to sign-up
Nurture their nature!
Liz Alway began taking ballet at the age of three and began a personal yoga practice at the age of twenty four. After many years of experimenting with different schools of yoga she discovered Aerial Yoga and fell in love with the marriage of dance and yoga that aerial embraces. Liz knew at an early age that she wanted to teach young children and began teaching in nurseries at the age of twelve. Since then, she's worked in various nurseries and kindergartens up and down the state of California. During that time she also became involved with the Haight Ashbury Play Program for Youth in San Francisco, working with high-risk children up to the age of sixteen. She also worked with the AmeriCorps Project, the San Diego Natural History Museum, and The Resource Conservation District to provide urban elementary aged children with school vegetable gardens and environmental education programs. Liz was introduced to the Waldorf educational system In Phoenix , became heavily involved in the community, and transferred that interest to North Carolina where she has taught in an assistant role at the Emerson Waldorf School.