Simple Practices to Navigate Anxiety for Parents of Teens
Sunday, November 8, 2020
Are you or your youth experiencing worry, stress, overwhelm, fear, indecision, or any form of anxiety?
Seasonal changes, daily stressors, and the pandemic are contributing to high levels of anxiety in most populations, but teens are also navigating puberty and peer relationships, exploring their bodies, developing independence, expressing identity, and managing mounting responsibilities.
This event will show you how you can nourish and guide your family through uncertainty so you all thrive.
During this event, Juliana will share the 4 pillars of nutrition, the most common challenges teens face from age 12-17, and how certain food groups can help them navigate these challenges.
Juliana will also explain foods that trigger anxiety, early puberty and excess hormones in teens.
Elizabeth will explain practical tools to move you from an anxious state to a state of calm, will provide tips for how to model behaviors that reduce anxiety, and will guide yogic practices of breath regulation, body postures and meditation that build confidence so you as a parent can model confidence and guide your teen through uncertainty.
Yoga is a helpful tool to navigate anxiety because it improves self-awareness so you can recognize what anxiety feels like, and because it offers simple practices that help you both move through anxious moments and build confidence.
If you are ready to learn how to best support your youth through uncertainty, please join Juliana and Elizabeth on Sunday, November 8, from 1-3pmCDT, and embark on a journey of resilience from the comfort of your own home.