Suzanne Nystrom Mightier Coach, MA (LMHC candidate), PMH-C and mom of 3 shares how she’s navigating the uncertainty around back-to-school, and how setting a (flexible) routine has been helping her family.
Digital media and the pandemic Since the spread of COVID became a global pandemic in March, screen time has increased for just about everyone. Including kids. Activities that were previously conducted partly or mostly in-person - school, work, socializing - are now...
Spending time connecting with nature, intentionally and mindfully, can benefit your health. Here's how. The Benefits of Nature Many of us intuitively know that spending time in nature is good for us. Maybe it's because we've absorbed widespread messaging about the...
In early 2020, people's social habits changed drastically around the globe. As the Coronavirus epidemic became a global pandemic, public health guidance and government policies intensified and became more isolating. Initial suggestions to wash our hands frequently and...
Activities for kids
When learning things like how to ride a bike or play the piano, it is important to practice. Practice helps us to build muscle memory in our brains so that we can do things more easily and skillfully.
Mightier teaches deep breathing, crossing the midline, progressive muscle relaxation, and mindful tracing, but there are many more skills that kids can use to bring their heart rates down!
Here’s a fun way to learn even more about heart rate while getting out some energy!