For many of you, the school year has ended and your summer vacation has begun.
For others, hang in there. You must be close.
“Little children, little worry. Big Children, big worry.”Bridget Morgan
Whether you are a mother, or have one, I am sure you can relate to these words.
“I love these socks that I am wearing today.”
“When will it stop raining?”
“I hope I have pb&j for lunch today.
By: Erin Corcoran – Educator (8th grade English), parent, wife, Zensational Kids student
Parenting took a long time. Doctors, shots, more doctors and excruciating waiting.
The study began in 2014 as part of a student’s doctoral project
at Touro College, School of Health Sciences, Doctor of Physical Therapy Program.
An increasing number of children are experiencing higher levels of stress today. Muscle relaxation techniques can go a long way in reducing children’s stress levels.
We all have had moments when we sense the “anger monster” boiling up within us.
by: Kate Murphy
Educate 2B breathing tools are meant to help children wake up and calm down.
Yoga for Autism, ADHD and Differently-Abled Children is a course that I created with my mentor and dear friend, Shakta Kaur.
Yoga has been proven to help students of all ages in more ways than one. It provides an outlet for unbalanced energy, helps reduce stress and organizes the mind and body.