Yoga & Creativity School Holiday Workshop with Liz Taverner

Tuesday 16th Apr 2019

Do you want your kids to learn how to cope in this busy, modern world? Experts agree children need to be taught the skills of mindfulness in order to thrive and the good news is that it can also be heaps of fun!

These creative workshops have been especially designed to teach these skills of awareness as well as promote self-expression, confidence, creativity, resilience, focus and calm. The afternoons are imaginative, high-energy and fun, as well as educational and relaxing. Each workshop includes yoga, games, mindfulness, meditation, reflection and the creation of an awesome craft to take home.

 

Pillow Pals Workshop, Ages 4 -7

Your kids will walk away from this workshop understanding a number of ways to cope with their big feelings. One of these will be using the Pillow Pals they’ll be making with natural materials, inspired by the Guatamalan tradition of Worry Dolls. Traditionally, the tiny dolls are made for children to place under their pillows when they sleep – legend says they take away any worries or concerns and in the morning they’ll be gone. As well as getting focused and creative by making their special Pillow Pals, the kids will be going on a yoga journey to Central America, making mindful music and learning how to clear their minds.

 

IF BOOKING FOR MORE THAN ONE CHILD, BOOKINGS MUST BE MADE OVER THE PHONE, OTHERWISE YOUR SPOT WILL NOT BE GUARANTEED. PLEASE CALL QI YOGA ON 9976 6880.

Please note: Children must be able and willing to join in appropriately in a group setting. If in doubt, please contact Liz on 0435 803 902.

 

Cancellation up to 48 hours prior to event date is possible subject to a $5 cancellation fee. Less than 48 hours’ notice of cancellation is only possible if we can fill your place from a wait-list.

When

Tuesday 16th Apr 2019
2:00 pm - 4:30 pm

Where

Freshwater

Price

$40
IF BOOKING FOR MORE THAN ONE CHILD, BOOKINGS MUST BE MADE OVER THE PHONE, OTHERWISE YOUR SPOT WILL NOT BE GUARANTEED. PLEASE CALL QI YOGA ON 9976 6880.

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Here’s what people said about Liz’s previous workshops:


These school holidays the kids have done a mix of activities from cheerleading camp, tennis, and robotics, through to bowling, movies, and water slides. They had fun at them all, however I’ve never seen my kids more content than when they came out of the yoga/meditation/mindfulness workshop with Liz at Like a Lotus. They loved the yoga and mindfulness activities, and making the ‘Eyes of God’ (the four ends of the sticks represent the four natural elements earth, air, fire and water) was a highlight. Your kids are never to young to learn how to have inner peace 🙏”

Mummy Mojo

“Dylan absolutely loved the Happiness Workshop you led. He was beaming all afternoon and talked about it for days afterwards. I was really taken with what a positive impact the workshop had on him. You definitely brought something magical into his first experience of yoga and today said he wanted to go to every one of the holiday workshops every holidays!!! Which is saying a lot as Dylan is usually quite reserved about things and often very tentative about trying new activities.”

Tanya

“It was really laid back and relaxed. Liz didn’t boss us around at all and she gave us lots of choices… She was calm, happy and funny.”

Skye, 10

“Both my girls went along not really knowing what to expect. The younger one of the two was quite unsure and not keen but was convinced to give it a go. When I picked my girls up, they were beaming! They couldn’t stop talking about what a wonderful experience they had. They also told a few of their friends who were keen to come along to the next session. I really loved how they took home something new with each session.”

Nicky

“The word ‘yoga’ put fear into my 11-year-old, lego-loving, first-year high schooler. However. . . his exact words when asked how it was, were ‘It’s Brilliant!’. Liz is fantastic”

Nick

“The yoga was so enjoyable – both challenging individually and with team building exercises. Thank you for such an inspiring afternoon Liz”

Lisa