Workshops

The Modern Mentor program is a series of interactive lectures designed to help girls explore their internal relationship to themselves. Topics are all based on the foundation of self-love. Classes include short written exercises, centering tools to manage stress and time set apart for questions and answers. The goal of the program is to give girls the tools to handle the tribulations of life and help them to be emotionally independent. Modern Mentoring aims for girls to be self-soothing, confident and of service to others.

Middle School #HangIns

HANGin

#HangIn on a Friday night with me! Unwind, build confidence, and make positive friendships.

This September we’re covering how to manage school year stressfocus on positive thoughts to create confidence, and build self-esteem by trusting ourselves. Girls will make affirmation cards they get to take home so mentoring can continue even after class! 

How it works:

  • Class starts with an hour long yoga practice 
  • A mentorship activity to boost confidence
  • Q&A time
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Mom Workshops

School Year Stress: Eating for Anxiety & the Mind Body Connection

Thursday, September 28th,
LoYa Yoga, 86 Summit Avenue
7:30-8:45pm
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*BYOD Bring Your Own Daughter. Tween/teen girls come for free!

Stress and anxiety are extremely common among adolescents especially during the school year (American Psychological Association). The mind and body are directly connected. What you eat can trigger anxiety and anxiety can trigger what you eat. Join Maggie DiPasquale, teen stress and anxiety mentor, and Simone Krame, founder of Conscious Living & Lifestyle, for a talk on anxiety, stress, and taking care of your body from the inside out.

We’re covering:

  • The worst foods for anxiety
  • Mindful techniques for stress reduction
  • Foods that work to reduce stress
  • How to tap into your inner sense of self in order to tackle obstacles
  • Natural remedies for anxiety
  • Digital detoxing and social media stress

Meet Maggie

With a passion for helping girls understand the connection between their minds, bodies, and spirits, Maggie created the Modern Mentor Program to help foster a generation of happy, healthy young ladies. As a wellness resource for girls, she implements her work one-on-one, in workshops, and at schools across the tri­state area. She is the author of From Stressed Out to Zenned Out and her work has been featured on the radio and blogs including Boston’s 103.3 Amp Radio, Teen Vogue, and Yoga Journal. Maggie is a 200 hour yoga teacher studying under Amy Pastore. She graduated from Boston College and is currently pursuing her Master’s in Clinical Psychology and Education with a concentration in Spirituality and Mind Body Practice from Columbia University.

Meet Simone

Simone Krame began her career at Canyon Ranch, a premier Health & Wellness Resort in Tucson, AZ where she held various positions ranging from Operations Manager of Health, Healing & Spiritual Wellness to Director of Guest Experience. She then took her passion for spirituality & health one-step further by founding, Conscious Living & Lifestyle, a coaching practice to support individuals achieve physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual health.

Simone graduated Cum Laude from the University of Florida with a Bachelors degree in Finance and concentration in Spirituality and Health. Currently, she is working on her Masters in Clinical Psychology with a concentration in Mind, Body, Spirit Medicine at Columbia University and her Primal Health Coach Certification. Simone is a Certified Personal Trainer, Balanced Bites Nutrition Practitioner, and has participated in a variety of mind, body, spirit courses, workshops, and webinars that, coupled with her life experience, allow her to be confident in her knowledge and approach to coaching clients.

Bernardsville Coming Soon this Fall 2017

Do you want to understand your adolescent daughter better? Want to help your daughter build and maintain high self-esteem? Do you want to create healthy mother daughter relationships in your home?

You’ll explore:

  • personality/social development in adolescence like why your daughter goes to bed late and why good kids do dumb things
  • “matrescence” or motherhood as a stage of development and the factors that influence a mother’s well-being
  • adolescent transitions and how to help
  • the impact technology is having on children’s development
  • teen stress and anxiety