Girls aged 11 to 13 are invited to explore nutrition, yoga, positive body image and creativity during a weeklong teen yoga camp at Roots & Wings Facilitating Healing, conveniently located by the Quakertown high school. The camp runs from 1 to 4 p.m., July 9 through 13.
Led by Roots & Wings owner Hillery Woods Siatkowski, LMT, RYT-200, the girls will have a daily yoga practice exploring themes of art, ecology and wellness. Activities include wildcrafting herbs, meditative mandala making, self-care practices and building healthy relationships.
Woods Siatkowski is a licensed practitioner who values what she describes as the genius of youth. She says of this camp, “My experience facilitating youth-adult dialogues has shown me how wise our young people are, and how they deserve every opportunity to believe in themselves. The physical activity and mental practices of yoga are great ways to develop self-awareness and confidence. As an ayurveda yoga specialist, I will integrate self-care practices that girls can use as their bodies mature. Adding art, nutrition and nature will round out this memory-making experience.”