Mindfulness Breath sessions for kids
GROUP & INDIVIDUAL SESSIONS
ONLINE AND IN THE STUDIO
The classes are designed to create a strong sense of being, to discover the power within.
Just like adults, children suppresses their inner emotions, feelings and traumas and those are stored and carried throughout the life. The Imprints that determinate how we perceive, how we feel about ourselves and life.
The connected breath we teach elevates and clears the energy of the blocked emotions and memories. The breath allows more oxygen and life-force into the body, it improves energy balance and flow within the energy field.
BREATHING EXERCISES AND MEDITATION HAVE A CALMING EFFECT ON CHILDREN
Teaching children to work with the breath is becoming increasingly important as many children feel overwhelmed dealing with so many challenges in today’s world.
In technology driven world, childhood has undergone some dramatic changes. Their natural creativity, independence, responsibility and a healthy lifestyles are impacted.
They are also exposed to drugs on an epidemic level, peer pressure, poisonous media programming and environmental crises. All of these have a huge impact on their development.
The need for a powerful and transformational tool for our children couldn’t be greater.
BREATHING/MINDFULNESS SESSIONS BENEFITS
The breathing and mindfulness sessions elevate and clear the energy of the blocked emotions and memories.
The diaphragmatic breath (we teach) allows more oxygen and life-force into the body, it improves energy balance and flow within the energy field. It is a drug-free remedy for respiratory illness, regeneration and the primary way to detoxify our body.
Consequently, the breathing technique increases concentration, focus, and relaxation.
Part of the journey of transformational breathing is gaining the ability to tap into more authentic aspects of oneself, thereby it raises self-awareness and self-esteem.
One of the most common learning difficulties diagnosed in children is Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD). By teaching these children to breathe more deeply and thereby bringing their energy more fully into their bodies, they may become more focused, and hold their attention better. (Dr Judith Kravitz)