Parent & Child Sound Meditation

Health & Well-Being

Thu, 18 Jan 2024, 16:30 - 17:30

Thu, 1 Feb 2024, 16:30 - 17:30

Thu, 29 Feb 2024, 16:30 - 17:30

Thu, 14 Mar 2024, 16:30 - 17:30

Thu, 28 Mar 2024, 16:30 - 17:30

Years From
8   To   11

Finchley Youth Theatre

142 High Road

East Finchley

N2 9ED

Multi-day event
Face to Face


Sound meditation helps children and young adults to deeply relax, be less anxious and to manage their mental and physical wellbeing. The workshops aim to empower children by teaching them tried and tested techniques to bring about inner calm and enhance focus and mental clarity. 

Sound healing aims to rebalance the entire body and bring about a sense of deep calm, whilst meditation empowers children to manage their mental health and provides them with coping mechanisms for obstacles and issues they may encounter. Both sound and meditation bring about a deep sense of peace and inner calm, which can be vital in these often challenging life stages. 

These workshops will be fun, interactive, empowering and deeply relaxing, and are great for:

  • Improving inter-student relationships 
  • Enhancing cognitive function and learning skills 
  • Providing a sanctuary for kids to relax and de-stress 
  • Helping the kids the empower themselves and feel less stressed  
  • Enhancing focus, concentration, and inner calm for schoolwork, projects and exams 
  • Increasing confidence and self-esteem, and encouraging self-expression 
  • Promote creativity 
  • Helping children with learning difficulties express themselves and feel calmer 

No session during half term - w/c Monday 23 October 2023


Like the sound of this course? What to do next?
Every young person MUST go through the process below to access the course.
1. Press the 'Login or Register To book' button on the course page and complete and submit a booking.
2. If you have been successful you will receive an email confirmation.
3. Turn up to your chosen course and have FUN!

Don’t forget to spread the word to other young people within Barnet! Watch this space for new and exciting courses that will be advertised on the Barnet Youth website! Please note: All courses are subject to change or cancellation at the discretion of the Barnet Children's Service.

1:1 Support for SEND Children:

Unfortunately Barnet Council’s Child & Family Early Help Programmes Team are not able to provide 1:1 support workers for a young person to access any of our activities. 1:1 support workers would need to be provided by you as a parent/carer or any professionals (Social Worker/ 0-19 Practitioner) involved with your young person.

If you provide a 1:1 support worker please ensure you email byes@barnet.gov.uk- prior to attending the following:

- 1:1 Support Workers Full Name

- Enhanced DBS details

- Ensure the worker meets the requirements to support a young person with SEND (Special Educational Needs or Disabilities and or Autism).

Need to find a 1:1 Support:

Contact Short Breaks Team or Disabled Children’s Team and using your Short Break allocation. 
Short Breaks: - https://www.barnet.gov.uk/children-and-families/children-and-young-people-disabilities/disabled-childrens-activities-short-0
0-25 Disability Service: - https://www.barnet.gov.uk/children-and-families/children-and-young-people-disabilities/0-25-disability-service


If your child can no longer attend ensure you follow these steps:

- Login to your dashboard

- Cancel your booking

If you do not inform the team, you maybe removed or suspended from future bookings.
If you have any questions, take a look at our FAQ's page here - you may find the answer you are looking for!

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Glasshouse Events
  • All children attending should wear comfortable clothes
  • Bring a bottle of water
  • Attendance and participation from a parent/carer is compulsory
  • parents and young people participating must bring their own blankets and pillows to the session