Mindfulness and Meditation for Adults, Teens and Children in Huntsville Ontario. Muskoka


You CAN make a difference in your life by dedicating time to developing a Mindful Practice. Let your first response be the skills you have learned to reduce stresses, self regulate emotional responses for more resilience, improve focus and concentration, develop the ability to respond thoughtfully, rather than to react, make suitable choices confidently and reduce worry. Join us. Find a common ground and support in Group Practice. Ongoing or weekly classes.

MindfulKids, Tweens and Teens

Mindfulness classes for Child and Parent or Tweens and Teens.

Children emulate what they see, hear, touch. The greatest gift we can give ourselves and our children is the ability to live sensational lives, to communicate without fear of reprisal, to acknowledge all of our senses and to live free of the reactive stress impulses we have become so accustomed to experience. This course series provides a way parents can help to promote tools for low-stress and more balanced emotional responses in their children.


”And that is how change happens. On gesture. One person. One moment at a time.”

Libba Bray



ongoing classes



January to August  2018

You can’t stop the waves, but you can learn to surf”
Jon Kabat-Zinn

Mindfulness, Breath & Practice Integration

All are invited regardless of experience with the practice of mindful meditation.   Let’s come together in a spirit of sharing and mutual support.

You CAN Make a Difference in your Life by dedicating time to DEVELOPING a Mindful Practice.
Let your FIRST RESPONSE be your breath!

We come together as we strive to manifest the principles of mindfulness in our daily lives.  Gathering each week  to practice, support  and learn as a community is empowering.

If you would like to attend … please register for either the full eight weeks or drop in.

In consideration to those who are sensitive, please do not wear any perfumes, aftershave, heavily scented lotions or hairspray. 

Tuesday Evenings  Time: 6:30 to 8:30 PM.

Session 1:  Jan 10th to Feb 28th  2018:   8-Wks: Cost: $100.00 + HST or $15  Drop In  (incl tax)

Session  2:  Mar. 20th to May 8th  2018:    8-Wks:  Cost: $100.00 + HST or $15  Drop In  (incl tax)

Session 3:  May 15th to June 26th, 2018: 7 – Wks: Cost: $87.50 + HST or $15  Drop In (incl tax)

Summer Session :  July 10th to August 28th, 2018:   8 – Wks: Cost: $100.00 + HST or $15  Drop In (incl tax)

Mindfulness Course

The Mindfulness Course is based on the principles found in various teachings including
“Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction”
Jon Kabat-Zinn.
In this 8 week session we explore stress reduction & life strategies for a healthier and more balanced life.  Instead of finding ourselves at the mercy of worry, fear, and anger , we grow in our ability to choose how we want to act in situations, often in ways that might have been out of our reach before.

Through the regular daily practice of Mindfulness Meditation we can completely change our relationship to stressors and greatly reduce the adverse affects of chronic stress.

Mondays Evenings:  6:30 to 8:30 PM     

Cost: $160.00 + HST   (Includes Mindfulness Workbook)  No Drop Ins.

Session 1: January 8th to February 26th 2018.   (8 wks).

Session 2:    T.B.A.

Meditation and Personal/Spiritual Development. The Study of Esoteric Principles

If you ponder the purpose of your existence, wonder about your soul purpose and are striving to develop a deeper and more meaningful alignment with the Whole of Life then we invite you to participate in these sessions.   Through meditation and study we explore the Greater Mysteries of life as they influence our lives.

Friday Mornings: 9:30 to 11:30 AM 

Session 1: Jan 12th to March 2nd 8 wks.  Cost:  $100.00 Plus HST or $15.00 Drop In (incl tax)

Session 2:   Mar 23rd to May 18th.  8 wks.  Cost:  $100.00 Plus HST or $15.00 Drop In (incl tax)

Session 3:   May 25th to June 29th  6 wks.  Cost:  $75.00 Plus HST or $15.00 Drop In (incl tax)

Next Session:   Sessions will resume in September. Exact dates will be listed in order to register accordingly.

  MindfulKids, Tweens and Teens


 ongoing classes


Mindfulness Classes for Children, Tweens and Teens

Schedule for  January to June of 2018


 Parent and Child

MindfulKids Course (Parent and Child)

Mondays 6:30 to 8:30 PM

Session 1: Jan 8th to Feb 26th  (8 wks)   Cost: $135.00 plus HST. Includes Workbook

Session 2: March 19th to May 14th  (8 wks)   Cost: $135.00 plus HST. Includes Workbook

  • No Class Easter Monday

Tweens and Teens

Mindfulness  for Tweens and Teens

Mondays 4:00 to 5:00 PM

Session 1: Jan 8th to Feb 26th (8 Wks)  Cost: $96.00 Plus HST

Session 2: March 19th to May 7th  (7 wks)  $84.00 Plus HST

No class April 2nd, Easter Monday

Session 3:    May 14th to June 25th  (6 wks) Cost: $72.00 Plus HST

No Class May 21st, Victoria Day.

MindfulKids – A Program of Stress Reduction & Life Strategies for children

What is Mindfulness?

Mindfulness, when applied appropriately, includes the qualities of

  • awareness (paying attention to one’s experience through the senses and the mind);
  • of non-judgment (not labeling things “good” or “bad” but rather observing with a neutral attitude);
  • and of stillness in heart and mind (though the body may be moving).

Mission Statement

Fostering healthy living practices in children while providing the Parent/Caregiver the support and the tools needed to nurture calmer, cooperative, compassionate families for a happy, healthy balanced life.


The focus of this initiative is to provide a relaxed atmosphere where mindfulness skills are presented and practiced together; where parent and child can share a common “holistic language”, a common understanding and can build together in fostering a healthy balanced lifestyle.

We seek to teach and develop tools to affect

  • Confidence building
  • Stress response
  • Assimilation of mindful living practices into daily life
  • How we validate emotions in ourselves and in others
  • How we recognize and diffuse triggers
  • Positive communication skills
  • How we view ourselves and others