Yoga, Empowerment & Self-Esteem for Teenage Girls
Project Y.E.S. is a 6-week program designed for teenage girls, 14-18 years old.
Led by an Experienced Registered Yoga Teacher (E-RYT) & a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), this series tackles anxiety, fear, self-care, body image & goal setting in a safe and supportive environment.
Through exercise, meditation/mindfulness, and therapeutic group discussion, participants will learn methods for coping with fear and anxiety, tools for setting and achieving goals, tips for self care and skills to improve communication with themselves and others.
The Dates & Curriculum Outline
Classes for the Summer 2017 session will be held on Mondays at our Harrisburg location, June 12-26 & July 10-17, from 6:45 - 8:15pm
- Introduction to Yoga, Empowerment and Self-Esteem.
- Coping with Stress and Anxiety. Using Breath & Meditation as tools.
- Stories and Labels. Do words define us?
- Creating Intentions, Setting Goals and Overcoming Fear
- Lessons in Self Care
- Putting the Pieces Together
Cost & Registration
Total Cost: $199.00
Registration Closes June 5 at midnight.
There are no pre-requisites to attend.
Brittany holtz, e-ryt200
Brittany founded STUDIO B POWER YOGA in 2014 with the mission to share yoga as a tool for physical, emotional and intellectual transformation.
After experiencing the profound effects of yoga herself, Brittany made it her life's work to share the practice with as many people as possible. She completed her 200 hour yoga teacher training in 2014 and opened her first studio shortly thereafter. Since then, Brittany has opened a second studio and led multiple teacher training's, retreats and workshops, and taught over 1,000 hours of yoga. Her classes are downloaded in over 50 countries around the world.
Brittany's teaching style focuses on not only increasing flexibility, but improving strength, mobility and balance as well. Her specialty is making yoga accessible to all body types and ability levels. She threads empowering messages based on ancient yoga philosophy into her classes, inspiring students to live life as their true, authentic selves.
Nikki Bricker, LCSW, RPT
Nikki believes the most important part of therapy is the relationship. A strong relationship is built on trust, safety and communication.
Nikki began her professional counseling career in 2004. She has an undergraduate degree in Applied Behavioral Sciences from Penn State University and a Masters in Social Work from Temple University. She is a licensed clinical social worker and registered play therapist. She utilizes an eclectic base for her therapeutic interventions. Nikki practices child centered play therapy, directive play therapy and art based interventions when appropriate. Nikki also utilizes family therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, behavior modification and motivational interviewing. She prefers using a holistic approach, embracing energy psychology, essential oils and mindfulness-based techniques.
Fill out the form below for more information about the project or give Brittany a call/text at 717.991.3921