MINDFUL – CREATIVE – PEACEFUL PRACTICES
FOR KIDS & TEENS
An amalgamation of yoga techniques with the mindful process of creativity.
Teachings include the fundamental principles of yoga blended with creativity that is uncovered during the practice. Followed by meditation to end the class.
3.45 – 4.30pm AGE: 7-12 &
4.45 – 5.30pm: AGE -TEENS
SATURDAY SEWING LAUNCHES: 13.08.22
As a welcome special – I invite you to join on Saturday the 13th August as a 2 for 1 special.
Come along as parent and child..
Partner / Spouse
Friend / Playmate / Soul Sister
As long as you are ok to share a machine you can purchase one seat at the table and get one free.
ADULTS (with kids if you like) 10am
Kids & TEENS: 12.30pm
Work on a project together or bring along your own.
This is only available for this first date 13.08.22.
With love xx
@ GLENUNGA HUB 12.30 – 2.30pm
Term 3 DATES: August: 13th & 27th, September 17th & 24th
Term 4 DATES: October 15th & 29th, November 12th & 26th
OCTOBER 12th & 13th
10 am – 12 midday
at GLENUNGA HUB
WORK THROUGH ONE PROJECT –
OR CHOOSE FROM A RANGE OF SMALLER PROJECTS TO WORK ON OVER THE TWO DAYS
Learn to design, measure up, create or use a pattern to create your very own masterpiece! We learn to sew on the machine and by hand, we search out what can be reused and reworked.
With 'hand and mind working in harmony' we come to our sewing table together. There are many well proven studies to show that Sewing and craft aids with creating a peaceful state, lessening depression, calming the mind and reducing stress. .
RE-USE & RECYCLE
Recycling is the key to these classes! Let's re-use what we have. Have a look around you and see what could be reused or re-made into something else! Nothing new to see here! Plus the sheer delight of adding freshness to that which could have gone to landfill.
SIGN OF OUR TIMES
As the world evolves, we look for more ways to alleviate the strain of being physically distanced from each other. Sewing and recycling skills are 'a safeguard to isolation,' a way to connect with each other and ourselves, it sustains not just a sense of self but of belonging. We can share with ease together or online.