A calm­ing in­flu­ence on young­sters

Harefield Gazette - - NEWS -

NEED a way for your chil­dren to calm down af­ter a tir­ing day at school?

Hot Yoga House in East­cote is launch­ing two weekly af­ter-school yoga classes to help chil­dren learn a new ac­tiv­ity, be­come more ac­tive, and have fun.

The new classes will be start­ing next month and will take place af­ter school for a wide range of ages.

Hot Yoga House is the only ded­i­cated yoga stu­dio in the area of East­cote, and the new chil­dren’s classes fol­low the stu­dio’s suc­cess­ful launch and one-year an­niver­sary.

The two classes will be weekly, and will be suit­able for ages five to eight, and nine to 13.

To cel­e­brate the launch, Hot Yoga House based at Tele­vi­sion House, Field End Road, is putting on an in­tro­duc­tory of­fer of a six-week pass for one child for £40.

Lois Kelly from Hot Yoga House said: “Chil­dren’s yoga is a great way to en­cour­age an over­all sense of well-be­ing and con­fi­dence but most im­por­tantly, to have fun.

“Yoga is a great way for chil­dren to de­velop im­por­tant skills in a fun, non-com­pet­i­tive en­vi­ron­ment.

“Our chil­dren’s yoga classes use mu­sic, games and ac­tiv­i­ties to help chil­dren fo­cus their minds and stretch their bod­ies, all whilst hav­ing lots of fun.”

n DEVEL­OP­MENT: Hot Yoga House hope chil­dren can ben­e­fit in the way adults do in a class

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