If your children are struggling with anxiety, they are not alone.
Anxiety in kids was already on the rise but the pandemic has only intensified the mental health crisis our children are facing.
Research shows an improvement in symptoms of anxiety in children and teens when they take part in a regular yoga practice.
Yoga also helps them rebuild their confidence while mindfulness practices help them cope with anxiety.
When our children feel anxious, a physical practice like yoga pulls them back into their bodies and roots them in the present moment, giving them space to release their worries and relax.
Breathing exercises let them slow down their breath to get enough oxygen into their bodies so that their heart rate can drop again.
At Yogamazia, we teach yoga and mindfulness practices by letting kids relax and ground themselves in the present moment using techniques to help them cope with anxiety and find their peace again.
We also use poses and open discussions to get kids to identify and embrace their strengths. Part of our process is encouraging older kids to take the lead and teach the younger ones, giving them confidence in their knowledge and abilities.
Our age-tailored classes also give kids a way to connect with peers and make friends in a supportive, fun, and non-judgmental atmosphere.
This can be especially helpful for kids who struggle with social anxiety or are having trouble making friends at school.
We’re dedicated to supporting the children, parents, and carers in our community in any way we can. Our studio in Richboro is a peaceful sanctuary where your kids can learn techniques to help them cope with whatever life throws at them.
Visit www.yogamazia.com or contact us at 855-466-2942 to learn about our end of year offers for new students!
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