Mindful and Mighty & S.H.E. Series
Virtual Summer Camps
Programs available for children aged 4 - 10.
Children are divided into groups based on their age (4-6) and (7-10) and will be guided by their teacher to ensure they are being challenged and engaged.
Mon - Fri
9:00 am - 11:00 am MST
Early bird pricing:
$50 per child
$75 for 2 children | $100 for 3+ children
rates valid until June 15, 2020
$75 per child
$100 for 2 children | $125 for 3+ children
rates valid from June 15 – July 13
July 20 - 24, 2020
Aug 17 - 21
What to expect
Each day follows an itinerary based on yoga, mindfulness, an activity, and a craft. Teachers Meg and Dylan will lead the campers virtually through Zoom and provide engaging resources to keep kiddos on their toes.
All supplies (craft materials & printed resources) will be delivered directly to the camper’s doorstep 1 week prior to the start date. An information package will be emailed to the parent with Zoom instructions and the final itineraries.
As a mom of two daughters, and as a special needs educational assistant with a focus on anxiety and ADHD, Dylan has seen the need for yoga and meditation in our youth.
Certified in yoga, meditation, trauma-informed practice, and holistic nutrition, Dylan’s purpose in life is to empower others to recognize and celebrate their self worth.
Dylan has been teaching Yoga/Meditation and hosting women’s circles in Calgary for 4 years.
Read more about Dylan here:
Meg is a Calgary based yoga teacher, specializing in yoga and mindfulness for children and youth. When she’s not in the studio you’ll find her chasing around her two young boys (the inspiration behind Mindful and Mighty), and drinking allll the coffee.
Megan’s background is in Community Health Sciences, with a focus on Pediatrics and Disability Studies. She is a certified yoga instructor and life coach.
Her mission is to reach as many children as possible to provide them with the skills needed to establish mindfulness in their lives, as well as the confidence to be their authentic, mighty self.
Read more about Meg here: