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Physical activity is important for our body but did you also know movement is important for our mind?

Over 3 weeks youth will explore different forms of movement and use mindfulness activities developed by Strong Minds Strong Kids, Psychology Canada that will help develop their mind body connection to increase their overall health and reduce their levels of stress and anxiety.

Youth in grades 7, 8, & 9 from 6-7 pm.  Registration is required. Please register here.

Physical activity is important for our body but did you also know movement is important for our mind?

Over 3 weeks youth will explore different forms of movement and use mindfulness activities developed by Strong Minds Strong Kids, Psychology Canada that will help develop their mind body connection to increase their overall health and reduce their levels of stress and anxiety.

Children in grades 4, 5, & 6 from 4:30 – 5:30 pm.  Registration is required. Please register here.

Physical activity is important for our body but did you also know movement is important for our mind?

Over 3 weeks youth will explore different forms of movement and use mindfulness activities developed by Strong Minds Strong Kids, Psychology Canada that will help develop their mind body connection to increase their overall health and reduce their levels of stress and anxiety.

Youth in grades 7, 8, & 9 from 6-7 pm.  Registration is required. Please register here.

Physical activity is important for our body but did you also know movement is important for our mind?

Over 3 weeks youth will explore different forms of movement and use mindfulness activities developed by Strong Minds Strong Kids, Psychology Canada that will help develop their mind body connection to increase their overall health and reduce their levels of stress and anxiety.

Children in grades 4, 5, & 6 from 4:30 – 5:30 pm.  Registration is required. Please register here.

Physical activity is important for our body but did you also know movement is important for our mind?

Over 3 weeks youth will explore different forms of movement and use mindfulness activities developed by Strong Minds Strong Kids, Psychology Canada that will help develop their mind body connection to increase their overall health and reduce their levels of stress and anxiety.

Youth in grades 7, 8, & 9 from 6-7 pm.  Registration is required. Please register here.

Physical activity is important for our body but did you also know movement is important for our mind?

Over 3 weeks youth will explore different forms of movement and use mindfulness activities developed by Strong Minds Strong Kids, Psychology Canada that will help develop their mind body connection to increase their overall health and reduce their levels of stress and anxiety.

Children in grades 4, 5, & 6 from 4:30 – 5:30 pm.  Registration is required. Please register here.

Physical activity is important for our body but did you also know movement is important for our mind? Youth ages 11 – 13 will explore different forms of movement and tools developed by Strong Minds Strong Kids, Psychology Canada that will help reduce their levels of stress, anxiety, fatigue, concentration and resiliency.

This workshop is a chance for youth to try out a new program coming this fall.

The focus of this presentation will be on discussing a specific struggle that can occur during the Perinatal Period, called Scary Thoughts or “Secrets Mothers Keep”.

This workshop will break down what Scary Thoughts are, how to recognize them, how to cope with them, and when to access professional supports.

Parents and caregivers learn to understand childhood stress and how to provide kids with the tools to deal with stress effectively. These are practical sessions where parents will learn how to recognize stress in their children, identify stressors and find out how to teach their children to handle stress.

Parents and caregivers learn to understand childhood stress and how to provide kids with the tools to deal with stress effectively. These are practical sessions where parents will learn how to recognize stress in their children, identify stressors and find out how to teach their children to handle stress.