Create With Ms. Giselle

Create with Ms. Giselle!

Come join Ms. Giselle in her fun and exciting extracurricular art classes at Mindful Heart Kids! Come join us and let the fun begin!!!

8 Week Class Series:

Classes run February 5th through March 29th, 2019
Tuesdays: 12:30-1:30pm Amazing Art for Toddlers (ages 2-4)
Thursdays: 12:30-1:30pm Creative Cooking for Toddlers (ages 2-4)


Current Mindful Heart Kids Students: 25/class ($200 for 8 weeks)
Anyone Else: $35/class ($320 for 8 weeks)
(3 children minimum signed up to start classes)

Contact us to register today!

email us at: [email protected]
call us at: (877) 286-1421

Preschool Morning Enrichment Program

(Ages 2–4 years)

Join our Preschool Morning Enrichment Program with fun-filled activities that build self-awareness and self-esteem in a safe and nurturing environment. Wholesome, nutritious snacks are included. Children are asked to bring a packed lunch from home.

Kindergarten Afternoon Enrichment Program

(Ages 4-7 years)

Join our Kindergarten Afterschool Enrichment Program with exciting enrichment activities based on mindfulness and the five senses. This program encourages socio-emotional learning within the group setting as well as personal growth & development through weekly one-on-one check-ins with staff. Wholesome, nutritious snacks are included.

Individual Therapy

Mindful Heart Kids provides individual therapy to adults, children, and adolescents. We specialize in issues regarding sexuality, trauma, and addictions.

Fee: $150 (45 minutes)
Fee: $200 (60 minutes includes Parent Consultation)

Family Therapy

Mindful Heart Kids provides family therapy to help families grow and become more cohesive.

Fee: $150 (45 minutes)
Fee: $200 (60 minutes)

Couples Therapy

Mindful Heart Kids provides couples therapy to help couples connect and overcome challenges.

Fee: $150 (45 minutes)
Fee: $200 (60 minutes)

Parenting Program

Mindful Heart Kids provides parenting support groups to cover issues regarding discipline, nutrition, behavioral concerns, attachment, attunement, family dynamics, sexuality, and mindfulness practices.

Fee: $25 (60 minutes)
Feed: $35 (60 minutes with Childcare)


Please arrive on time to drop off your child and sign him/her in. One designated staff will be in charge of escorting your child to an activity of their choice. Staff will make sure to introduce each child to other children to facilitate a sense of belonging and connection.

Check Out
Please arrive on time to pick up your child and sign him/her out.

Welcome Activities

We begin the day outside with exploratory activities such as water-play, blocks, or other fine-motor skill activities. Children are welcomed in a large group activity and then divided into small groups so that we can provide more individualized attention. Group activities may include singing, dance, and music and are used to emphasize a sense of connection to community.

Meaningful Meals (Breakfast, Lunch or Dinner)

Children begin the process of preparing for their meals (cooking, setting the table, etc). Children have the opportunity to learn about an aspect of cooking or nutrition of their choice. Please let us know if your child has any special dietary needs.

“Art of Etiquette”
We believe that having proper etiquette is becoming a lost art. At Mindful Heart Kids we hope to help children establish a sense of social grace. Each day we discuss a different topic on etiquette (ex. Saying please or thank you, waiting our turns, etc.) and help children establish awareness about themselves. Children learn important life skills such as how to assist in clean-up and household activities such as washing/drying dishes.

“My Mind” Activities

These activities at Mindful Heart Kids inspire children to think deeply about the world and themselves. We support the wonderful curiosity of children by providing activities that help them translate their thoughts into meaningful activities. Each week there is a theme that we work with to encourage them to think more globally. Sample Theme: How Can I Make The World Better? Activities include: Thinking about conservation or recycling efforts.

About Me Activity – A specific activity to apply the theme of the week to each child to create self awareness. How are they personally affected by the topic? What knowledge do they want to impart to the group? How do they feel about the subject matter?

Self Focus Activity – A specific activity to apply the theme of each week to each child to create a self directed goal for change. This activity is designed to help empower children to learn how they cope or what skill they may need to develop to help their life.

“My Heart” Activities

These activities at Mindful Heart Kids are designed to celebrate the beauty of childhood. We work with children to provide creative, interesting and challenging activities that help them fully express who they are. Sample activities: We can build a City, Create a Play about Us, Let’s Make a Music Video.

About Us – A specific activity to help children develop a sense of community. They take the “My Heart” activities and work together with others to create an experience they can feel positive about. We emphasize social skills, communication skills, effective listening, teamwork and creating good relationships.

Group Activity – A specific activity where the children can showcase their small group activity with the larger group in order to foster peer-learning and how to provide support to others.

“My Body” Activities

These activities at Mindful Heart Kids are created to help children focus on the importance of their body and how to develop better self-care. We participate in yoga, mindfulness meditation, and other types of body-centered activities to help promote active living, emotional expression through movement, and physical self-awareness.

Mindfulness Meditation
Research shows that beginning mindfulness mediation practices early helps develop stronger ability to focus, maintain attention, and increase impulse-control. Children will learn how to use brief mindfulness mediations to help set a foundation for learning to be present and self-aware. We emphasize how to use these practices to emotionally regulate, make good choices, and connect with others.

Life and Intentions

At the close of each day, we encourage children to find their center and help set an intention for their next activity. We ask that children focus on one gratitude they have about their life and one affirmation about themselves.