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The ME Project: Meditation Workshop for Children
Jul
29
10:00 AM10:00

The ME Project: Meditation Workshop for Children

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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Mindful Magic: 4-Week After-Camp Workshop for Girls
Jul
11
4:00 PM16:00

Mindful Magic: 4-Week After-Camp Workshop for Girls

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. 

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Mindful Magic: Introducing Mindfulness to Children
Nov
18
11:00 AM11:00

Mindful Magic: Introducing Mindfulness to Children

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.

Investment: $40

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