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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Monday January 4th

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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