Is your child stressed, angry, or anxious, and you don’t know how to help?
Is your child having trouble concentrating or has low grades, and you are not sure what to do?
Is your relationship with your child suffering due to his or her behavior?
You are in the right place; mindfulness can help!
Earn Better Grades
Manage Emotions and Behavior
Increase Empathy and Optimism
Rob Van Hyfte, M.Ed. has a Master of Education in Curriculum and Instruction, a Colorado Teaching Certificate, and over 5 years of volunteer tutoring experience with the Literacy Project.
“The more we’re cultivating these kinds of (mindful) qualities earlier in life, the happier we’re going to be and the better our brains are going to be able to function…” ~ Jon Kabat-Zinn, Founder of MBSR (Mindfulness-based Stress Reduction)
Ian “I felt calm and relieved, and it felt nice to just focus on one thing.”
Leah “At school I am working on all these different classes, so coming here was relaxing. Doing mindfulness helped calm me down, and it slowed down my thinking so I am more relaxed.”
Paul “It helped me relax after a long week.”
Ali “This experience made me feel satisfied because I had a rough day and have a lot of homework, and now I think I can do my homework more peacefully, calm, and collected.”
If you want to learn more about mindfulness, or if you’re ready for your child to improve his or her well-being, we invite you to do these 3 things right now.