New classes start soon at Trackside Teen Center

Trackside will be starting three exciting new classes for teens in middle school and high school next month after April Break. Yoga Plus and Spring Cooking for middle school, and Mother Daughter Self-Defense for high school teens and moms are all currently open for registration. 

Trackside’s next culinary arts class, Spring Cooking, will take place on Wednesday afternoons from April to June. Instructors from Fork Knife Spoon Cooking will teach students how to use creative ingredients to put a unique and healthy twist on classic recipes. Spring Cooking: Wednesdays 4:30 to 5:30 April 19th through June 7th. The class fee for this 8-session course is $300 and includes the cost of supplies and ingredients.        

A new Yoga class is scheduled to begin in April for middle school teens. Yoga Plus, taught by Lisa Tenore of Forza 5 in Cannondale Village, will cover essential yoga techniques which are used to improve physical and emotional health. The class will also introduce students to methods of stress reduction and healing including small meditations and the use of crystals, herbs, and essential oils. Yoga Plus: Mondays 3:30 to 4:30 April 17th through May 15th. Class fee: $100

The Mother Daughter Self-Defense class returns in April with a new class taught by Lisa Bohacs. This class is open to high school teens and their moms. Students will learn how to defend themselves from attacks, how to recognize dangerous situations, and practice self-defense techniques for women. Self Defense: Thursdays 7pm to 8pm April 20th through May 11th. Class fee: $200 per mother/daughter pair. 

For more information and online registration for all three classes, visit www.trackside.org Questions may be directed to Trackside Program Director Amy Nassef by email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  or by phone at (203) 834-2888. 


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