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Mindfulness Camp for Kids

Dates: July 8th to July 10th, 2024 (Monday to Wednesday)
Time: 9:00 am to 3:00 pm
Age Group: 7 to 13 years old

Dhammakaya Meditation Center Chicago
5849 North Nina Avenue
Chicago, IL 60631

Through fun and interactive activities, your child will develop essential skills for managing stress and fostering emotional well-being. Enroll them today and give them the gift of mindfulness, confidence, and joy!

Led by experienced instructors, our camp offers a journey into mindfulness, where children learn to develop awareness, focus, gratitude, and compassion. Through a variety of enjoyable activities including yoga, meditation, creative arts, and games, your child will acquire valuable life skills in a playful and supportive environment.

Our camp operates from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm, providing convenience for parents to drop off their children in the morning and pick them up after 3:00 pm. Rest assured, all activities are conducted in a secure and nurturing setting, fostering new friendships and personal growth within a caring community.

We provide lunch and snacks for all participants. However, if your child has specific dietary requirements, we kindly ask that you bring their own food.

Join us for an unforgettable summer of mindfulness and fun!

Reserve your child’s spot here.

Shem Center for Interfaith Spirituality
708 North Harvey Avenue
Oak Park, IL 60302

(708) 848-1095

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