Teen Yoga In-Studio & Online

Teen All Levels Yoga (Ages 13 – 18)
Mondays at @ 5 – 6pm w/ Lelia Leary in the Waterfall Room (downstairs) & online (begins March 28th)
Teens can purchase Student Rate class passes @ https://yogaacton.com/pricing/

Calling all teens!  This class is geared to all students, any level, ages 13-18. Yoga is the perfect compliment to your extracurricular and academic schedules providing the groundwork for healthy minds and bodies.  We will explore fun flowing vinyasa sequences that support strength and stretch We’ll play in balancing poses cultivating focus, centering and core stability  and  learn breathing and relaxation  techniques to calm and center busy minds.  Leave class feeling relaxed, refreshed and ready for life!  Class will be in-studio and also online.
  • Build Confidence
  • Build Inner & Outer Strength
  • Increase Flexibility
  • Reduce Stress
  • Maintain Emotional Balance
  • Experience Deep Relaxation
  • Become More Connected to Your Body
  • Perfect Complement for All Athletics

Lelia Leary

Lelia was unprepared to discover the power of yoga when she signed up for a class as a way to add mobility to an exercise regimen. Very quickly she learned that yoga was something extraordinary. She dove in and has never looked back. Her most valuable lesson was cultivating the power of the yogic breath to become more responsive and less reactive.

Mindfulness training and Vipassana meditation soon followed as ways to help her stay grounded. She has sat with Sharon Salzberg, Jon Kabat-Zinn, Jack Kornfield and Krishna Das. In her Ashtanga practice, she has been inspired by studying with David Swenson. She’s a mom, a science teacher, and a nature lover. Currently her passions include training Brazilian jiu-jitsu and Muy Thai Kickboxing. She completed her 200 hour training at Revolution Community Yoga.

She offers a challenging yet compassionate practice to build strength, flexibility and balance. All levels are welcome with modifications to ramp up or tone down the offerings. Expect to feel calm, grounded and restored from the practice.