Kid, Teen, and Family Programs
Building skills as a family and as part of a community.
What would it look like if your entire family, together, was on the path of actively learning critical life skills like awareness, presence, equanimity, and kindness?
What would it be like to be part of a community of families with the very same goals?
PRACTICE San Francisco is here to find out.
Our full kid/family schedule is on pause for the summer and will resume in the fall!
For the Whole Family:
Family Mindfulness Series
with Alexandra Rossi
This course is designed to assist parents, caregivers, kids, and children in learning how to use their own internal resources to respond more skillfully to stress and promoting healthy living skills.
Participants will learn and practice mindfulness skills based on the senses, breath, and emotions, as well as mindfulness and relaxation activities adapted to everyday living. Taught by mindfulness educator, Alexandra Rossi, this course builds and strengthens the practical time-proven approach of living fully in the present moment for achieving greater balance, vitality, and health.
The three-week course includes:
- Age appropriate guided instruction in mindfulness meditation practices
- Group dialogue and discussions aimed at enhancing awareness in everyday life
- Daily home practice suggestion of guided meditations
*Note: ages 5 and up
Family-oriented Mindfulness Course: $150/per family
Classes held on: 1/12, 1/19, 1/26 from 2-3pm
with Erynn Im
Saturdays, 10:00 – 10:45am (ages 2 and under)
Saturdays, 11:00 – 11:45am (ages 2 – 6)
Practice yoga together as a family! Each class is a fun and imaginative yoga adventure. We will breathe and move mindfully, introducing yoga poses to develop strength, flexibility, and coordination. There will be partner poses and activities for families to do together for a special bonding experience. Age range is flexible to accommodate for siblings and scheduling needs.
$25 (1 parent + 1 child); $10 per additional family member
Please pre-register: Sign up!
For Kids & Teens:
Give your child the gift of learning research-supported behavioral, cognitive-behavioral, and mindfulness strategies proven to be effective in reducing and/or preventing stress, anxiety, and negative mood… before your child may really need them later in life.
Mighty Minds groups introduce kids to mindfulness and cognitive-behavioral strategies helpful in effectively managing anxiety, stress, anger/frustration, and other emotions. Through fun experiential activities, kids learn the kind of life skills that support resilience, compassion, persistence, and self-awareness.
Mighty Minds is run by PRACTICE San Francisco’s founder, Nina Kaiser, Ph.D., a licensed psychologist with over 15 years of experience in working with children and families.
5-class series price: $700. Please note that this is a reimbursable medical expense; families with PPO health insurance, medical flexible spending accounts (FSAs) or health savings accounts (HSAs) can request documentation to submit for reimbursement.
Upcoming 2019 Sessions:
- Grades 3 – 4: Five Thursdays from 4:00 – 5:30pm. BOYS group. Dates are: 1/10, 1/17, 1/24, 1/31, 2/7
- Grades 5 – 6: Five Thursdays from 4:00 – 5:30pm. GIRLS group. Dates are: 2/14, 2/28, 3/7, 3/14, 3/21 (*skipping 2/21)
For Summer Sessions: Stay Tuned!
- Please fill out this form to provide information on your child and indicate week availability.
More information on our Mighty Minds page!
Already feeling stressed about high school admissions?
This fall, Practice San Francisco will be offering workshops for 8th graders and their parents about how best to effectively manage the stress related to high school admissions.
We have limited capacity for these events and expect them to fill up quickly! Enter your email here to be the first to know about program details, dates, and registration.
Find more details, scheduling information, and registration on our scheduling page.
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