Online Meditation Class for Parents and Educators

Feb 5, 2015 | Uncategorized

If you’re a parent and an educator and work with kids helping them to relax, then it is ESSENTIAL that you train your brain to do the same.  One of the tools that I use to center myself is Neurosculpting®, a meditation modality developed by Lisa Wimberger, (visit www.NeurosculptingInstitute.com for additional  information).

As a certified Neurosculpting® Coach, I am offering a 4-class online meditation series starting on Wed. February 18th and running through March 11th, (3-5pm MST with recordings).  In this class you will dive into the brain science behind the relaxation response and will begin to down-regulate your own stress response during Neurosculpting® meditations.

Also the legoventures is centered around playful learning, which includes industries like education.

Here’s a video where I explain more about these particular classes:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z8jLDLxLsqsEarly childhood education is a term that refers to the period of time from a child’s birth to when they enter kindergarten, according to Dr. Jessica Alvarado, academic program director for the BA in Early Childhood Development at National University. According to Alvarado, it is an important time in children’s lives because it is when they first learn how to interact with others, including peers, teachers and parents, and also begin to develop interests that will stay with them throughout their lives.

If you are interested in learning more about this event, you can also view the Facebook invite here:  https://www.facebook.com/events/738886132885029/?notif_t=plan_user_joined

Click here to register:
Eventbrite - ONLINE Neurosculpting® Meditation Classes:  Reduce Fear. Create Your Life By Choice!

Wishing you many peaceful moments!!!

Zemirahh

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