Become Happier, Healthier & More Resilient to Stress


Step-by-step, simple, brain-based Mindfulness techniques guided by Dr. Kristen Race to help you flourish in our stressed-out, fast-paced world!

Stressed?

Life is too short to let the little things affect your day, your week, your work and well, everything...

Learn to build resiliency to the stressors that our time-pressed, technology-driven, over-scheduled world presents.

Lasting change does not come from drastic life transformations. It comes from making one small step at a time.

It's that simple.

And we're here to guide you through each step.

All people deserve to learn the stress management skills that will help them flourish in today’s world.

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Who is behind Mindful Life?

Meet Kristen Race, Ph.D.

As a PhD. child psychologist, she's trained over 30,000 people in the Mindful Life™ method and is the author of the acclaimed parenting book, Mindful Parenting.

Kristen & Mindful Life have been featured in The New York Times, NPR, Real Simple, CNN, USA Today and has contributed to The Huffington Post and Psychology Today.

Her clients include Coca-Cola, Crocs, Spanx, Match.com, Carter's - Babies and Kids, Ziff Brothers Investments, Northwest Colorado Health, Children's Healthcare of Atlanta, JeffCo Public Schools, Cherry Creek Public Schools, Wolverine Worldwide and more.

Kristen, your research on mindfulness and resilience to stress offers valuable guidance and tools to help women—especially working moms—navigate life’s challenging moments. Thank you for your work supporting women’s well-being and success.

Sheryl Sandberg, the COO of Facebook

The toolbox of simple workday stress-resiliency solutions she gave to our employees is excellent, and months later, employees can continue to utilize her suggestions.

I realized the impact that Dr. Race's presentation would have on our staff when a colleague turned to me and whispered: "This is life-changing." Kristen's ability to share the effects of stress on our brains, our work, our happiness and our relationships, especially in today's fast-paced world, is invaluable.

– Lisa Nelson, Senior VP, match.com

 Dr. Kristen Race offers lots of clever, fun techniques you can implement right away. The takeaways will help you and your children find the balance and calm you all need and deserve.

Sara Blakely, founder of Spanx

Helping children and adults with simple solutions for our complicated lives.

That's where we come in

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Mindfulness & Parenting

Connect with your children in more meaningful ways by first connecting with yourself. And, calm down! Help train your brain so you no longer feel overwhelmed when the going gets tough.

Mindfulness for Teachers

Create happy and productive classrooms. Our online program for educators and youth professionals is delivered to you weekly in bite-sized bits to build resiliency to stress.

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Mindfulness in the Workplace

Customized brain-based mindfulness training for businesses of any size that can enhance your company’s core mission, culture and your bottom line.

Mindfulness for Medical Professionals

Increase engagement, reduce burnout and reclaim joy in practice. Focus on the key brain-based mindfulness practices that have created the most positive impact for today’s hospitals, corporations, and organizations

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