Wild Hearts

$ 270 USD
7 day trial, then
$780 for full semester or $270/ month for 3 months.
Sessions

What:

Wild Hearts is an outdoor nature exploration that will engage children of all ages to help them learn emotional regulation techniques and develop a growth mindset so they are better prepared to handle conflict, and internal & external stressors in life.  Children will have an opportunity to hike, explore, climb, pick flowers, catch tad poles, spot wildlife, tide pool, dig, do nature art, meditate, do simple yoga flows, learn breathwork techniques, and more! These outdoor adventures will include guided chats and activities where we teach skills for developing strong Emotional Intelligence (EQ) - a crucial step in the prevention of depression, anxiety, and creating a path to a happy and fulfilled life. Emotional Intelligence leads to self-confidence, resiliency, free-thinking, and the ability to be a leader. Children will explore emotions, actions, mindfulness, relationships, and decision making through a variety of body movements, mindfulness activities, play, and discussions.


*Children must be able to carry their backpack for the duration of the class

When:

pop up dates TBD.

Where:

Various locations in Ventura County. TBD.


Wild Hearts is an outdoor nature exploration that will engage children of all ages to help them learn emotional regulation techniques and develop a growth mindset so they are better prepared to handle conflict, and internal & external stressors in life. Children will have an opportunity to hike, explore, climb, pick flowers, catch tad poles, spot wildlife, tide pool, dig, do nature art, meditate, do simple yoga flows, learn breathwork techniques, and more!

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*Additional liability forms to be signed prior to first enrichment session.
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Guided by

Tanya Harrison

Emotional Wellness Coach

Tanya Harrison is the mom of two young children who she has been homeschooling since 2017. Her strategy with homeschool is to incorporate the things that public schools do not; the most important one being social-emotional skills. She has a Bachelors degree in Recreation & Tourism Management, where her studies included an emphasis on childhood play & development. In her spare time, she enjoys reading, many styles of dance, yoga, and traveling.