Are you looking for children/teen yoga classes in Kettering? Then why not try Mindful Movers at the Ironstone Wellbeing Centre. All of our classes use Performance/Yoga as tools to practice Mindfulness, a healthy lifestyle and wellbeing.
We use a variety of techniques to encourage Mindfulness through Yoga, Play & Performing.
– Breathing techniques
– Sensory techniques
– Noting our thoughts and emotions
– Connecting to our bodies
To build self-esteem within young people, promoting a calm mind and active body. We offer classes to young people in Mindfulness through Yoga and Performing Arts.
Free the body,
Free the mind.
Release endorphins, practice pitch & find your voice
Explore empathy and emotions through dynamic & creative movement.
PLAY Is the keyword. Focus and release energy in a safe and upbeat environment.
I have gained a First Class BA Hons in Musical Theatre at The Guildford School of Acting. Having had the opportunity to perform across the globe, I have most recently finished playing Jerry Travers in Tophat The Musical. I have also had the pleasure of performing at The Thursford Christmas Spectacular, De Montford Hall and onboard the Seabourn Sojourn.
Over the years I have found that being active has played a positive part in my mental wellbeing. Taking regular meditation classes and gaining a qualification in Mindfulness, I have since been able to pass on fundamental lessons through the medium of performing arts to my students.
I have over 11 years of teaching experience with children and young people. A regular teacher at Pineapple Studios, Covent Garden London, I love being able to express myself and inspire my students to be their authentic self.
The practice of Mindfulness has a huge positive influence on young people’s lives. Below are just a few examples of these.
Increased empathy and compassion
Increased self-awareness and clearer thinking
Ability to reduce depression & anxiety
Having trained professionally on the BA Musical Theatre course at The Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts, I have since worked professionally as a performer at The National Theatre, The Arts Theatre, and The Pleasance Theatre.
I find performing arts to be a channel to express myself and release energy in a playful way, be it through a character, dance or the acoustics of singing.
I have 9 years of teaching experience working with young people, teenagers and adults of all ages. In recent years I have since broadened my skills, gaining qualifications in teaching Yoga, Meditation and Mindfulness. These skills have been integral to my growth, enabling me to live with a real zest for life. My aim is to pass this onto our students, so that they wake up with enthusiasm for the day ahead.