Festival comes to St Albans to help with teen stress

PUBLISHED: 15:00 09 August 2016

The purpose of the event is to help young people deal with the stresses of school or any other life problems.

The purpose of the event is to help young people deal with the stresses of school or any other life problems.

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Yoga classes, healing bowls and an art stall will be on offer for young people during a festival that aims to relieve teen stress.

The Teen Yoga Festival will take place on August 23 at Heartwood Forest in Sandridge featuring a range of activities that aim to help teenagers relax.

On the day there will be a ‘Chill Out Zone’ encouraging youngsters to meet new faces and a t-shirt design stall. The event is being organised by Clarity Treatment - a yoga company in St Albans - and is aimed at 12 to 20 year olds.

Tickets are £5 and for more information go to www.yoga-expressions.info/activities.html

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