They say that being a parent is the toughest, yet most rewarding job in the world. It comes with more responsibility and stress than any other occupation, so that’s why it’s sp important that we have the ability to cultivate mindfulness and presence, acceptance and awareness, compassion and gratitude so we can be the best we can be; the greatest gift we can give to our kids.
This week’s featured classes will help you navigate the road of parenthood through breath, body and mind awareness.
- Mommy/Daddy Emergency Meditation: A deep five minute reset meditation especially for busy overwhelmed parents and caregivers.
- Relax the Struggle: When you’re a parent, combined with having a stressful job, have a lot on your emotional plate or all of the above, this brief guided meditation practice gives you a moment to step back from the chaos and let go of the struggle. A little goes a long way, and can be practiced at any time of day. Props Suggested: One or two blankets.
- Midnight Meditation for Mamas: Are you finding yourself up in the middle of the night? Do you have trouble going to sleep at night or falling back to sleep after getting up? A meditation that will help you turn your mind off, tune into your breath and inner wisdom and find your happy place. You can practice this meditation anywhere, even in your be.
- Meditation for Stressed Parents: Parents: so often we’re tasked to respond to volatile external circumstances, and we lose touch with our own internal states. This practice takes us inside through layers of our body to help us be present at deeper levels of our being. With this presence, we’re more forgiving of our own parents and of ourselves; the greatest gift we can give to our kids.
- Meditation for Parents: Clear the deck by using this end of the day meditation to brush away accumulated energies and get clear. Connect to the classical seven energy centers or chakras to notice and release tension and built up stress. This class is especially for parents with young kids in the house. While rewarding, parenting can also be stressful. Gain relief for the minds and hearts of those caring for little ones.