Mindfulness for Kids & Book Signing w/ Whitney Stewart

Feb. 28 – Whitney Stewart will present two mindfulness meditation Meditating with kids crop 2classes for children, based on her book Meditation is an Open Sky: Mindfulness for Kids (available at Tibetan House). These sessions will offer children simple ways to understand and work with their emotions. Stewart will offer one session for children aged 4 – 7 years, and a second for children aged 8 – 12 years. We look forward to seeing you here.

Sunday, February 28th

Group one: ages 4 – 7 yrs (11:00 – 11:30am)
Group Two: ages 8 – 12 yrs (11:45 – 12:30 pm)

Copies of Whitney’s book will be available for purchase at Tibetan House.

This event is open to the public.

 

 

About the book “Meditation is an Open Sky”

Meditation is an Open Sky

You know when you’re having a really bad day and nothing seems to go right? You feel scared, sad and mad all at the same time, and you don’t know what to do.
This little book about mindfulness can help you.
It will teach you how to mediate and grow your heart.
It will help you create space around your feelings, accept yourself as you are and discover your inner wisdom.
With nine simple mindfulness exercises, you can learn how to soften your emotions, grow your heart, feel protected and discover your inner wisdom.
Mindfulness is the practice of being aware of and present in each moment. Through it, you can relax your mind, improve your health, and develop kindness to yourself and others. Mindfulness training is for anyone, no matter what age or background. It is not tied to any specific religion or cultural tradition, and requires no special equipment. The method is simple, but the mind is tricky. With practice, and attention, you can find your Big Sky Mind in every day life.

 

About Whitney Stewart
Whitney Stewart

Whitney Stewart was born an adventurer. At 14, she hung off ice-cliffs, summited the Grand Teton, and dreamed of climbing the Himalaya. A sports injury led her to a yoga class where she learned to meditate. At 27, she trekked in Tibet, Nepal, and India where she met meditation masters, including the Dalai Lama. From them she learned more about mindfulness practice. Now she teaches mindfulness to children and college students in the United States.