Sierra Agape Center and Lake Tahoe Wellness Center present Sierra Yoga for Teens |

Sierra Agape Center and Lake Tahoe Wellness Center present Sierra Yoga for Teens

KINGS BEACH, Calif. and#8212; Sierra Yoga for Teens includes learning the philosophy and practice of yoga in a fun, creative and safe environment. Learning yoga will make a huge difference for you in many ways for the rest of your life. With a just a little time each day devoted to your practice you will:

Learn to be peaceful and calm even in the most challenging times

Learn to focus your energy and attention where it is most important

Learn to be more compassionate with yourself and others

Learn how not to worry about things you have no control over, let go of outcomes

Become stronger and more flexible which will greatly enhance athletic performance

Classes begin Tuesday, July 19, 4:30-5:30 p.m. at the Lake Tahoe Wellness Center, 695 Wolf St., Kings Beach. Call 546-8201 to register. Offered at no cost for Placer County teens ages 12 -18 (donations of $1 or $2 greatly appreciated).

About the instructors

Kimball C. Pier is a licensed marriage and family therapist in Truckee. She offers couples, family and individual therapy incorporating Deep Yoga and principles of Ayurveda into her practice. She received her yoga teacher training at Deep Yoga School of Healing Arts in San Diego, Calif.

Jon L. Weedn is a meditation trainer and facilitator as well as being a certified yoga teacher and graduate of Deep Yoga School of Healing Arts in San Diego. Jon leads meditation groups at For Goodness Sake in Truckee on Monday nights.

For more information about Sierra Agape Center, visit Please call Lake Tahoe Wellness Center at 546-8201 for more information on joining this class.

Written parent consent is required for teens under the age of 18.

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