Parenting Program Also available on-line and in small groups. Part 1. Learn about anxiety in children to teens:
Types, Signs and symptoms
Recognising stress that leads to anxiety
Importance of mindfulness, gratitude, affirmations, yoga and breathing techniques and daily activities to help with re-occurring anxiety.
Influence of nature and nurture.
How to deal with anxiety in any situation.
Ways to build resilience in your children.
Brain and body connections and much more!
Following on from Part 1. You would have been given some activities to trial during the week in part 1 and home practices for you and your children up to teens. We will discuss these and effectiveness. Session two: I have added some scenarios we can work through to assist children to work through their feelings and also work through the effects of stored memories affecting their behaviour in the present. Using visualisation will also be discussed. With the new term upon us some children may feel their anxiety arise and we will discuss ways of assisting children to teens to deal with the new term.
About the trainer. I have now over 20yrs experience working with children up to teens in a variety of capacities, including children with special needs including anxiety. (B. ED. Primary and Early Learning. Yoga cert.1, currently finishing Cert 2. in yoga with The Biomedical Institute. Yoga Therapy and Trauma workshop cert.)
Email: email@example.com Ph. Yogamotorskills on 0404163719 or use booking tabs below. $20 per person per evening. 2 workshops in total. Pay at the door or bank transfer once registered.
‘Let us live simply in the freshness of the present moment, in the clarity of pure awakened mind’ Mathew Richard.
$20 per person. This has been an immense topic of interest to me since starting Yogamotorskills in 2014. The course over 2 nights on a evening beginning at 5 till 6:15pm in 2020 and will cover many topics in booklet form for you to take home after session 2. With one in seven and maybe even close to one in four in some reports, of children diagnosed with anxiety in Australia, I think it is timely that as parents we learn more about it ourselves, so we can assist our children.