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Self-care for parents is a long hot shower, music, or maybe a small glass of wine at the end of the night.
But do you have a self-care routine for your kids?

Get the FREE Guide!

4.4 million children have diagnosed anxiety.
If your child has anxiety, you might notice that they are:

  • Easily distracted
  • Irritable and overwhelmed
  • Withdrawn
  • Have trouble relaxing
  • Overly self-conscious
  • Constantly tired
  • Experiencing tummy aches or nausea
  • Have frequent headaches
  • Having shortness of breath
How You Can Help!
Tools like breathwork, mindfulness, and simply having a routine can teach your child to be more focused, calm, and confident.
As a mother of two, I know the struggles new parents face. And in today’s world filled with constant media exposure, over-scheduling, competitive academic standards, and social media, it's no wonder our kids develop stress and anxiety.
Plus, we aren’t teaching them how to address these emotions!
Let’s teach our kids what our parents didn’t teach us:
Self-care and the importance of practicing it to live a more calm and fulfilled life.
Using the methods in this book, you’ll be able to teach your kids how to to manage their anxiety that will stay with them well into adulthood.
And yes, parents... you can use these methods, too!

Self-Care For Kids With Anxiety
A FREE Guide for Parents & Educators

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List of Benefits:

  • improve focus skills to increase learning and academic scores
  • learn how to calm the body and settle the mind to manage emotions
  • improve relationships to feel valued and secure 
  • learn life-long coping skills to self-soothe and be less reactive
  • increase self-awareness to build social & emotional intelligence
  • feel connected to themselves and others to enhance self-esteem and compassion towards others
"This is an excellent tool for any classroom or home."
"This e-book is packed with simple and fun ways to help my students learn how to focus, practice mindfulness, and feel calm. I always leave a printed copy with substitute teachers as an added classroom management resource or ideas for a quick "brain break." My students love to take charge and take turns leading the class through simple yoga poses and guided relaxations. This is an excellent tool for any classroom or home and helps kids develop a sense of self-care and present moment awareness."
4th grade teacher
Stephanie Esser
MA.Ed., Certified BREATHE™ Coach, RYT-200, Yoga Calm® Youth Instructor

"You can't stop the waves, but you can learn how to surf."

~ Jon Kabat-Zinn

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