FREE INTRODUCTORY COURSE:

Learn Meditation even if you’ve never Practiced Mindful Meditation Before!

Includes 10 radically awesome meditations for teens to practice today!

6 Reasons WHY Meditation is good for you:

  • Better YOU
  • Peace of Mind, Body, and Soul
  • Deeper Rest
  • Better Decision Making
  • Less Anger, Anxiety, Stress
  • Better Relationships
  • Health & Confidence
  • Better Control Mind, Body, Emotions
  • Creativity Booster
  • More Focus
  • More Compassion & Empathy
  • Kindness & Understanding

What is Meditation?

Meditation is a practice where an individual uses a technique – such as mindfulness, or focusing the mind on a particular object, thought, or activity – to train attention and awareness, and achieve a mentally clear and emotionally calm and stable state.

Research has proven that meditation has benefits for both grown-ups and young people, including improved focus, better test scores, and lower blood pressure and heart rate, and helps balance the immune system. Meditation is proven to reduce stress, anxiety, and even depression.

Meditation helps to teach to stop, clear the mind, and just look at things as they are.

For only $25!

Imagine a Teen & Family Life Coach that can help your teen and guide you as a parent.
 
 

Who is Brogi, Jeff Yalden?

Jeff is considered one of the top mental health motivational speakers and experts in teen mental health.

For nearly three decades Jeff has worked with school communities in 49 countries, all 50 states, and every province in Canada. He’s a four-time best-selling author, executive director and founder of The Jeff Yalden Foundation, Inc., two-time Marine of the Year recipient, former Mr. New Hampshire Male America and Mr. Male America, Mr. Personality.

He’s also a man that proudly lives with mental illness. Diagnosed with major depression, bi-polar type 2, PTSD, and anxiety. His journey desperately found him trying Yoga in 2015 having just been given less than a year to live.

Desperate and scared, he walked into Inlet Yoga in Murrells Inlet, SC wanting flexibility and mobility. Little did he know that yoga would change his life emotionally and be a game changer to his mental illnesses.

Jeff is a practicing yogi (brogi), and currently finishing his 200 Yoga Teacher Training Course Certification to be a certified yoga teacher. Follow on Instagram @BrogiTeacher

Jeff is also one of the most sought after Teen & Family Celebrity Life Coaches in the world helping teens and families communicate and navigate the teen life years safely and with confidence.

Be inspired and grateful to have Jeff in your corner and your coach in life. He’s real. He’s fun. He’s inspiring, compassionate, trustworthy, and loves teens and families. Best of all, he UNDERSTANDS teens and that is why they enjoy talking with Jeff and trusting in him.

"I don't practice yoga to get better at yoga. I practice yoga and meditation to get better at life." - Brogi Jeff Yalden

Your DONATION Saves LIVES & Gives HOPE!

Your DONATION saves lives and gives hope. The Jeff Yalden Foundation, Inc. receives an average of 7-11 teen suicides a week. One is too many. Your donation puts educational materials and resources in the hands of our teachers, counselors, and families. Your donation also helps to provide personal videos to school communities talking about teen mental health motivation in a way in which teens listen. Thank you for considering The Jeff Yalden Foundation, Inc. for your charitable contribution.

For Jeff to come to your school community or to participate and emcee your next Mental Health Suicide Prevention Golf Tournament or 5K Run/Walk, please contact us: (Click Here)

Course Outline:

  • What is Meditation
  • Meditation Becoming More Popular with Teens
  • The Key to Meditation
  • Meditation Technique
  • 7 Points of Posture
  • 8 Attitude Towards Mediation
  • 10 Cool Meditation for Teens
  • Digital Disclaimer

PERMISSION GRANTED to use this cours in schools, classes, and to share with other teens, families, educators, or anyone that can benefit from mindful practice of mediation. – Jeff Yalden