Enroll your children in mindfulness classes

to help them lower their stress and anxiety, have more self-control, attention, resilience and perform better academically.

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Children of all ages can benefit from mindfulness!

More brain flexibility may help explain some of the positive reported benefits of mindfulness training in children and adolescents. Research shows that mindfulness is linked to lower stress and anxiety, and improvements in self-control, attention, resilience and better academic performance in youth. The following virtual workshops are designed for children from 5 to 7 years old, 8 to 11 years old, and 12 to 17 years old.

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PROGRAMS

1. Mindfulness for resilience

Researchers have found “individuals with higher Mindfulness have greater resilience, thereby increasing their life satisfaction.” They note that resilience “can be seen as an important source of subjective well-being,” and point out many ways Mindfulness can promote this state of mind.

Goals: Develop self-esteem and inner validation Rewire the brain towards pleasant emotions.

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2. Mindfulness for stress

Mindfulness teaches us how to respond to stress and anxiety with awareness of what is happening in the present moment, rather than simply acting instinctively, unaware of what emotions or motives may be driving that decision.

Goal: Learn and experience tools and strategies that help us calm the stressed mind.

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3. Mindfulness to help teens cope with anxiety and fear

This session is dedicated to parents who want to help their teens reduce anxiety levels and also dedicated to teens who want to help themselves.

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Anxiety seen from the perspective of the brain

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4. Mindfulness for children with ADHD

Mindfulness practices enhances performance on executive functioning tasks, such as focusing, working memory and cognitive control, skills needed in ADHA children. 

In this workshop, you will learn practices and exercises with ADHA children to reduce stress, focus on increasing the individual’s ability to control attention, and reduce automatic responses.

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5. Boosting self-confidence, self-love and resilience for children and teens

Learning the foundations of self-confidence, rewiring the brain for pleasant emotions, cultivate awareness in your self-talk, covering the three universal emotional needs and explore inner resources for self-regulation will not only help children and teens face difficulty but also increase self-love, inner value and self-esteem.  Join this workshop to learn how to boost self-confidence, self-love and resilience for children and teens.

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6. Mindfulness for depression

Redirecting attention away from these ruminative thought streams by becoming really aware of what we’re doing while we’re doing it can “starve” the thought streams of the attention they need to keep going. That way, we “pull the plug” on what is keeping us depressed, and our mood can begin to improve.

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