Introduce your child to “playing” mindfully through mindful games, group activities and focused awareness practices. Research has found that mindfulness training for children increases attention and social emotional awareness.
Teens will learn mindfulness through games, group activities and focus awareness practices. Research has found that mindfulness training for children and teens increases attention and social emotional awareness.
Practices include mindful movement, games and exercises, mindful relaxation and kindness practices.
Some evidence-based benefits of mindfulness practice for kids and teens include (but are not limited to):
- Improved focus and memory retention
- Increased self-awareness; body, thoughts and feelings
- Increased feelings of kindness and connectedness with self and others
- Increased impulse-control and decision making
Upcoming courses for Kids:
Tune in with Mindfulness (ages 6-10)
Kids learn to develop their “Strong Heart & Strong Mind” through a variety of mindfulness practices, games and stories. Each student will create their own Book of Mindfulness as we explore the concepts through self-reflection and journaling.
Supplies needed: Journal and writing utensils
June 15th – July 27th | 2-3pm
Tuesdays on Zoom
w/ Valerie DeWitt