2024 Teens Meditation Summer Camp

A Road to Happiness and Positivity

August 12th-16th at 8pm EST
Age: 13 to 18 years old

$45

Many teens experience stress, worries, and fears as they are confronted with choices about their futures. Give them the tools to find inner peace at our virtual summer meditation Camp! Teens aged from 13 to 18 years old will participate in a variety of interactive reflective activities and focus-enhancing exercises which in turn will increase their emotional awareness and inner calm while in a supportive environment. Join us to spark your teen's interest in meditation practice, making lifelong meditation friends along the way, all while having fun!

Life-long Tools for Well-being

Are your teens often anxious and stressed? Possibly having a difficult time focusing in school? Imagine your teen feeling happy, confident and performing well in school. A consistent meditation practice can make this possible. Many research studies confirm the benefits of meditation for teens. It can help them develop better focus, reduce anxiety and stress, improve emotional regulation, and enhance their overall well-being. Meditation can teach teens valuable skills for understanding and managing their emotions in a healthy way to find inner peace and resilience.

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Schedule

  • Learn breathing  and stretching exercises
  • Practice guided teen-friendly meditations
  • Discover engaging mindfulness activities

Meet Our Guides

Lauren

Lauren

Host

Lauren Guss is a seasoned meditation practitioner with over 12 years of experience. She has conducted numerous workshops for schools, hospitals, and businesses of all sizes. Lauren is deeply committed to fostering inner peace and harmony, particularly enjoying her work with children. She uses famous movies and shows in her presentations to help kids discover their "inner super kid." Lauren considers it a privilege to contribute to society by sharing the transformative power of meditation. She has helped more than 1,000 students aged 4 to 18 and hopes many more can benefit from this practice.

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Evan Schwam

Co-Host

Evan, a meditation practitioner with 15 years of experience, is a co-host of the Better Sleep Program. His background as a professional musician and music teacher infuses his presence with vibrancy, instantly uplifting any atmosphere. By sharing his personal meditation journey, Evan creates a supportive environment where participants can fully embrace the transformative power of meditation, ultimately leading to enhanced sleep quality and overall well-being.

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Ting

Co-Host

Ting has been a meditation guide for 4 years. “I feel so lucky to be able to share this meditation with kids; to witness the changes. I am truly so joyful to be able to dedicate my time and energy to this program.”

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Dr. Boas Yu

Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner / Professor

Dr. Yu is a professor at Fairleigh Dickinson University who is a psychotherapist and psychiatric nurse practitioner with many years of experience in teaching meditation to children and teenagers. She has published many research studies which include examining meditation's effects on children.

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Maribel Parvini

Meditation Practitioner

Maribel began her meditation journey at 21, experiencing the life-changing benefits of meditation. Inspired to help others, she now shares her expertise by promoting healthy sleep habits and creating a nurturing space for individuals seeking improved sleep quality. Drawing on personal experience, Maribel supports those who wish to embrace meditation's transformative power for better sleep and overall well-being.

Testimonials

You can get rid of all your bad thoughts. I used to be afraid of the monkey bars, but I let go of my fear and now I try the monkey bars.

Jethro

Before I even started meditation I had really, really bad thoughts and I wish I would've started Kids Meditation earlier, because it really helps me now. I tried many different things to get rid of my bad thoughts, but I think Kids Meditation is the thing that helped me the most. I wish I could've started Kids Meditation earlier, but at least I'm starting it now and moving forward. I was not smiling, but now when I do the laughing meditation it really makes me happy for the rest of the day. I now have a good smile on my face, a good impression, and my day is just like better. I really like that feeling cause it helps me a lot.

MacKenzie

I feel super super super happy, like 100%

Renganaayaki

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