Outdoor Teen Yoga (Ages 13 – 18)

OUTDOOR Teen All Levels Yoga (Ages 13 – 18)
4 Week Series
Mondays • Sept. 21, 28, Oct. 5, 12
Outdoors at @ 3:30 – 4:30 pm w/ Jen Mast
$60 for the series / $17 for a drop-in
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Weather permitting, at Gardner Field in West Acton (directly across the street from Acton Coffee House and True West Brewing Co.); “Rain day” will be Thursday at 3:30pm with a last resort of holding class via Zoom if it also rains on Thursday.

Calling all teens!  Looking for a Covid-Safe after school activity?  Look no further!  Revolution Community Yoga is sponsoring a 4 week teen yoga series.  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!  Bring your mask, water and a yoga mat.  Dress for the weather – bring layers!
  • 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

Jen Mast
Jen Mast has been working with teens for over two decades, first as a high school counselor and in the last 7 years as a yoga teacher.  Jen creates a comfortable and courageous space for all teens to begin and explore their yoga journey.  It starts with awareness, our breath, how we move, what we are feeling, what is our experience in our bodies.  Jen has seen yoga become a vehicle for many of her students to cultivate more steadiness, calm, balance, courage and strength  in their lives.  She has extensive knowledge of the anatomy of movement.  Her  practice and her teaching is built on the foundation of safety, functional movement and learning to truly listen to what your body is telling you.  She sees herself as a partner with her students encouraging them to create a practice that can be used anywhere at anytime to support healthy living.