Incorporating important tools for stress-management and anxiety, this predominantly mindfulness and meditation class focuses on slowing down and developing relaxation and grounding techniques. Students will unpack the meaning of self-care and learn accessible breathing, meditation and movement-based practices.
The Mindful Mama’s circle will provide a nourishing space for you to connect with yourself and other mother’s, incorporating ways to keep your identity vibrant throughout your parenting journey. You will learn simple meditation and mindful self-compassion practices that will support you in feeling centered, grounded and restored.
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Calling all caregivers! Join us for this live webinar and dose of well deserved self-care, where you’ll learn the basics of mindfulness, including what it is, why it matters and how it can help you better meet your parenting goals. Sign up below!
Incorporating important tools for stress-management and anxiety, this inclusive and empowering class focuses on developing focus and relaxation skills while strengthening self-esteem in order to set the stage for a successful school year. Students will learn breathing, meditation and movement-based activities that can be used throughout the school day to stay focused, calm, and confident.
This 5-week program is offered to students in grades 3-6. Classes take place on Thursday’s from 4:00-5:00 PM. Dates: 10/18, 10/26, 11/1, 11/8, 11/15.
Pick-up from Arts & Letters and the Co-Op School offered for additional $10 per day.
Instructors: Hannah Sherman, LMSW & Kahlila Kramer, MA in Forensic Psychology
Hannah is a licensed social worker and certified Children’s Yoga and Mindfulness teacher. Kahlila is a 300-hour RYT, trauma-informed yoga practitioner and personal trainer.
The Mindful Mama's circle will provide a nourishing space for you to connect with yourself and other mother's, incorporating ways to keep your identity vibrant throughout your parenting journey. You will learn simple meditation and mindful self-compassion practices that will support you in feeling centered, grounded and restored.
Join us for a workshop focusing on the art of mindfulness. To supplement The Me Project's curriculum, Brooklyn-based mindfulness teacher Hannah Sherman will guide students through breath-work and meditation, offering relaxation techniques and tools for managing stress and anxiety.
*All boys and girls entering grades 3-5 are welcome!
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This predominantly meditation and mindfulness-based class is offered to girls ages 6-9. Incorporating important tools for stress management and anxiety, this empowering class focuses on slowing down and developing relaxation techniques. This class is tailored to be both insightful and engaging- with each week holding a different theme:
Week 1: Mindfulness 101
Week 2: Relax and Restore
Week 3: Balance and Focus
Week 4: Self-Compassion
Students will develop their skills over the course of this 4-week program, building upon concepts from the week before in a supportive and relaxing environment. Classes will include yoga movement, breathwork, meditation and art-based activities.
This class will take place on Wednesday July 11th, July 18th, July 25th and August 1st from 4:00-5:00 PM, allowing students to wind-down and relax after day camp and other summer programs!
*Pick-up from the Co-Op School and Artshack for students attending camp will be offered for an additional fee of $10 per day. Students who are picked up will be provided with a nutritious afternoon snack.
This introductory workshop will provide an opportunity for children, ages 6-9, to learn about the magic of mindfulness through yoga movement, breath-work, and meditation. Children will also engage in an arts-based mindfulness practice and create their very own “mind jar”, which can be used as both a tool and a reminder of mindfulness practices. By the end of the workshop, children will have a better understanding of what mindfulness is, why it’s helpful, and how to practice it.
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This class will focus on transitions and growth as students finish up the school year and prepare for summer. Students will be given the opportunity to explore and reflect on how they have grown in both their minds and bodies this past school year through breathwork, movement, meditation and art-based activities.
*This is a donation-only class for children ages 7-9.
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