Teen Innervation | July 2019 | Toronto, ON

Regular price $ 325.00 CAD


Dates & Times

Teen Innervation is a 5-day interactive summer program for youth ages 14-18.  It’s a time for teens to meet up, engage with others and learn some cool life skills that will support them on their way to adulthood. It’s hands-on, creative and really on point in making each campers’ INNER-VATOR shine.

Location:  102 Ossington, Toronto, second floor at ‘Anice’

Cost: $325

*Excluding Friday, campers are required to bring their own lunch and beverages.

Dates: July 8 – 12, 2019

Time: 10:00 am - 3:30 pm

    Course Characteristics

    Duration: 27.5 hours

    Skill Level: All levels

    Languages: English

    Participants: All female and gender non-binary

    Ages: 14-18

      Course Information 

      Research shows that attending summer camp can positively contribute to the growth and development of children, while building their independence, confidence and resiliency. Teen Innervation does just that!

      In just 5 days, your camper will strengthen their INNER-VATOR through fun, safe, hands-on workshops and skills-building activities. From jewelry, leather-making and movement workshops to group conversations and secular mindfulness practices, the Innervation team will ensure that campers discover their unique talents and returns home with the skills they need to succeed. 

      The Innervation Team

      Natalie Matias:   Mindfulness Ambassador Program Facilitator

      Brittany Hopkins: Jewellery Designer, Anice

      Lorena Agolli: Cobbler, Sole Survivor

      Temi Shobowale: Aromatherapist, HERDAY

      Amber Joliat: Artist, Misfit Studio

      Tammy Faulds: Life Coach and Brene Brown BOLD Facilitator

      Lisa Labute: Chef, The Goods

      Learning Objectives

      • Identify individual gifts and talents through creative workshops.
      • Develop an appreciation for inclusivity and diversity through shared learning activities.
      • Increase present moment awareness through mindfulness practices.
      • Strengthen social skills through group conversations.
      • Cultivate compassion and empathy for self and others through daily interaction.