Mindfulness Programs for Parents, Schools and Businesses
Mindful Life presents simple, brain-based mindfulness programs by Dr. Kristen Race to help you, your family, your school and your workplace flourish in our stressed-out, fast-paced world!
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
Kristen's book is a must-read for all parents of our generation. 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.
Sheryl Blakely, the CEO of SPANX
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
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