Horizons' Yoga Series

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Horizons' Yoga Series
Grounded in Goodness: Horizons Yoga Series

Flow with friends of Horizons in a January yoga series benefitting Horizons for Homeless Children. Every Monday in January at 6 pm, Clara Nowlan, a licensed yoga instructor, will host a 60-minute live Zoom yoga class. Each class will be a hatha style yoga class appropriate for all levels.  Each themed session will ground you in your practice and in knowledge about Horizons’ programming.

Monday, January 4 at 6pm: Nurturing Your Inner child: Learn more about Horizons’ Playspaces

Monday, January 11 at 6pm:  Setting and Reaching Milestones: A look inside Horizons’ Early Education Centers

Monday, January 18 at 6pm: Practicing Gratitude: An introduction to Horizons’ Advocacy work


Monday, January 25 at 6pm: Mindfulness and Choosing Self-Care: Introducing Horizons' Family Partnerships Program


Pricing: Purchase individual classes or all four.

1 class: $25
2 classes: $45
3 classes: $65
4 classes: $75

You will receive the Zoom link and password from Chrissy Meagher (cmeagher@horizonschildren.org) the day prior to your registered yoga class.


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When
Monday January 4th
6:00pm

Why support Horizons?
What We Do

With help from supporters like you, Horizons for Homeless Children improves the lives of young children and families experiencing homelessness by providing high-quality early education, opportunities for play, and comprehensive family support services. 

At Horizons, teachers, staff, and family advocates are trauma-informed and sensitive to how early childhood experiences impact each child in our early education programs as well as those who utilize our Playspaces in 90+ shelters throughout the state. With specific training, programs, and services designed to help mitigate trauma, Horizons’ staff is educated and well-equipped to serve families experiencing homelessness by fostering mental health, social-emotional growth, and a child’s overall development. Working with partners like Boston’s JF&CS, mental health support is made available to both parents and children alike in education centers, and resources are provided by advocates to support a family’s wellbeing.

Horizons’ curriculum, classrooms, and Playspaces are designed specifically to reflect trauma-informed best practices that allow children to explore their imaginations in healing ways while developing the skills to self-regulate and learn in a conducive environment. Children as young as infants are nurtured in classrooms and Playspaces to build connections, meet developmental milestones, and feel a sense of consistency in a circle of security. As children age up within the programs, they are gently guided to develop key educational skills and are supported in their social-emotional journeys to prepare them for kindergarten beyond their time with Horizons.


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