Prana Yoga Center and Heart of Leadership present SHINE Yoga, an inspiring and fun 10-week program to help teen girls shine as they live their potential. SHINE Yoga offers a heart-centered, yoga-based curriculum that integrates goal setting, journaling, facilitated discussion, and movement. The program supports girls in a healthy approach to self image, relationships, pressure, and decision making and encourages resiliency, empowerment, and confidence.
Classes are guided and designed by RYT’s Stephanie Armstrong and Mandy Burstein and are intended for students of all levels.
Signature SHINE classes offer yoga to unwind followed by time for reflection, connection, and exploration of pertinent issues teens face.
September 17 – November 19
For more information or to enroll, please contact info@localhost:8888.
About the Instructors:
Mandy Burstein has been teaching yoga to teens since 2010 and is an advocate for youth programming and development. Mandy strongly believes that by igniting the commitment to confidence, character and service in young women, we will change dynamics of the world and make it a more peaceful and compassionate place. She has a B.A. in International Security and Conflict Resolution from San Diego State.
Meagan Hood, M.Ed, is a licensed school and educational psychologist. Meagan’s developmental and positive psychological approach is evidenced in the SHINE curriculum Her passion is teaching children to be emotionally aware so they can live and learn up to their potential and advocate for their needs with a strong sense of self-worth. She completed her teacher training at Prana Yoga Center.
Stephanie Armstrong is the Founder of Heart of Leadership. She has spoken with over 80,000 students, parents, school administrators, and professionals on body image, self esteem, and leadership. She is currently pursuing her Masters of Science in Executive Leadership at the University of San Diego. Stephanie has been teaching yoga to teens for two years and completed her teacher training with Sri Dharma Mittra in New York City.
As the most persuasive and pervasive force of communication in our culture, media is educating yet another generation that a woman’s primary value lay in her youth, beauty and sexuality—and not in her capacity as a leader, making it difficult for women to obtain leadership positions and for girls to reach their full potential. – Miss Representation