After the great success of the kids’ summer camp “Meditation & Play”, we are very proud to announce the start of a weekly free meditation course for kids in the age group of 7 years to 12 years old.
Why Sahaja Yoga Meditation for kids?
Sahaja Yoga meditation is a very powerful and simple technique that improves our health, wellbeing and quality of life. This meditation is for everyone. If kids practice this right from an early age, it will help to shape their overall character and preserve their innocence as they grow older. They will be equipped with simple stress management techniques to deal with the challenges of the modern world. With regular practice of Sahaja Yoga Meditation, children will always radiate joy, happiness and wisdom.
It can also benefit teenagers. Teenage years are challenging and crucial because physical and emotional changes take place as well as trying to balance studies and societal expectations. It’s a time when they are discovering themselves and what they want to do in the world. Meditation can help improve their overall health and well-being, their self-confidence, self-esteem and help to maintain their innocence and joy.
Sahaja Yoga only needs to be done 5-10 minutes daily to help clear away any imbalances gathered in the day.
Yes, it is always free and is practiced worldwide.
Please follow this link to register.
Registrations close by 9th September 2022.
The objective of the weekly meditation course for kids is to take them through the journey of knowing themselves. Every session is designed carefully to make the child learn meditation in a fun environment. Each session will teach them something new as there’s lots to learn in Sahaja Yoga. It’s also an opportunity to make more friends.
The location is Sahaja Yoga Meditation Centre, located on Manenburgstraat 22, 1097 NC Amsterdam, Netherlands. Google maps
Time is: 10:30 AM to 11:30 AM
Yes, and it is highly encouraged. Kids always look up to their parents so parental encouragement and support will greatly benefit both the parents and child.