Discover Balance Workshops available on line and in person
Discover Balance workshops help children and young adults foster self-esteem, confidence and belief in themselves particularly important during this ongoing global crisis where anxiety and stress amongst the young is on the rise.
Conducted in a safe, calm and fun environment, the workshops are creative and active teaching tools to help them distinguish and recall what they have learnt and go on to deal positively with life's challenges.
The Discover Balance children workshops have been developed around four specific areas. The fourth NEW area to support children during these challenging times ''Right Here"(see below).
Breaking the Negativity Cycle
Focused on changing internal destructive patterns, such as low self-esteem, anxiety and anger issues, these workshops provide your child with coping strategies based on breathing patterns, visualisations, gentle yoga and art therapy.
Balance and Self Confidence
The primary goal of these workshops is to encourage children to feel at ease and normal during social interaction with others. Touch, smell, sound, visual and other sensory exercises are used to engage your child whilst boosting their communication and social skills.
These workshops help children look within themselves to better understand the important connection between their physical, mental and emotional states.
Ultimately this will help your child feel better understood, listened to and ready to reach their potential by removing their own inner blocks and be better equipped to independently cope with life's ups and downs.
Discover Balance children " Right Here" and young adults "Right Now" NEW* workshops (which consist of four workshops each) help participants cultivate mental resilience and happiness through communication and connection (even if done virtually via Zoom or similar). Their overall goal is to help young people cope with feelings of grief, loss, anxiety, isolation and helplessness and be the best version of themselves ‘right here and right now’, as well as further down the track.