Over 16,000 scholarly articles have documented the scientific benefits of mindfulness practice. Your Course walks you through a unique curriculum which includes:
Weekly meetings held Thursday nights provide positive social support, which has been shown to:
Youth 15-18 meet Thursdays 5-6:30pm.
Youth 12-14 meet Thursdays 6:30-7:30pm.
To get the most out of the program, consider adding The Online Practice which gives your teenager access to 36 practices of cardio, toning, yoga, and meditation (50 minutes each) and 20 walking meditations (25-35 minutes each).
The more they practice, the more they’ll progress.
The LBS Youth Mindful Living Course integrates mindfulness practice, yoga philosophy, modern therapies, and traditional 12-Step principles.
We believe that we all need a little help and support to skillfully navigate the human condition. The program offers universal principles and accountability through a compassion-based, trauma-sensitive, and somatic-centered lens.
If your child is struggling with anxiety, body image, low self-esteem, self-destructive behaviors, or troubled relationships, we have the tools to help them find peace and power.
The 36-week session instills lifelong principles to optimize physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual health. It’s a gift you can offer your child that will pay dividends for a lifetime.
The LBS Youth Mindful Living Course is also one of the most affordable ways you can improve and support your child’s mental health. At less than $20 per 90-minute session, we offer outcomes comparable to therapy at a fraction of the cost.
The Fall Session Launches with our Orientation Meetings:
“I’ve been able to see people with more compassion & understanding. Instead of demonizing others, I am able to see them as people.” -Teen Participant
“I’ve learned how to take deep breaths when I’m feeling anxious, feel my feet underneath me, & connect to my Higher Power.” -Teen Participant
This Course has helped me become more centered in my emotions, and I feel like my connection with God has grown deeper. -Teen Participant
The Lifehouse Body & Soul Practice is an innovative approach to fitness, wellness, and long-term mental health. We use movement and meditation to integrate Course principles in body, mind and spirit.
The Online Practice gives teens access to our one-of-a-kind practice, which includes:
The Online Practice is only $20/month and can be cancelled at anytime.
“I have for sure grown in self-love through this program. I’ve learned how to listen to my emotions and observe my thoughts and the messages my body is sending me. I am more than what I look like and what I can do.” – Teen Participant
My favorite part was being able to dig deep and find out how my mind works. Also I loved being able to hear each other and what we were all going through because I could relate so much. – Teen Participant
Nesha started Lifehouse Performing Arts Academy in her basement in 1999. Because of her own personal struggles with feeling like her worth was determined by her accomplishments, Nesha has sought to create an environment at Lifehouse that strives to instill values of personal integrity and strength in its students rather than competition, seeking for external validation and ego. The studio, under her leadership, has grown to be one of the largest in Utah.
Nesha has worked with thousands of young women over the course of her career, and although she excels at managing, creating, and teaching, her best gifts seem to unfold when she is working with people one-on-one. Nesha has a natural ability to see the beauty in others and gently guide them to align with Truth.
She is so excited to bring the universal principles of The Lifehouse Body & Soul Course to the young women she loves so well.
Holly Lambert is a Yoga Alliance 500-hour Certified Yoga Teacher with over a decade of experience teaching yoga and meditation to thousands of individuals. She practices the 12-Steps and finds her greatest passion in helping people to open their heart, and connect to the Higher Power of their own understanding. Holly’s guided meditations have helped hundreds of women in trauma to break down their walls, reconnect with their heart, and deepen their relationship with God.
Holly also spent two years at New Haven Residential Treatment Center, where she used yoga and meditation to help teen girls heal and navigate significant challenges. She’s also brought her gift of meditation to many youth activities and Girls Camps, touching thousands of young people and expanding their understanding of spirituality.
Becky Moller lives in Spanish Fork, UT with her husband Nathan and their 5 children. Becky has over 14 years experience teaching Group Fitness to thousands of University students. She is a Yoga Alliance 200-hour Certified Yoga Teacher and is currently completing the 2-year Mindfulness and Meditation Teacher Certification Program under the direction of Tara Brach and Jack Kornfield. She is also the author of The Lifehouse Body & Soul Course Book.
Becky feels overwhelmed with gratitude at how her most difficult challenges have become such a beautiful part of her life–the very things that have created this practice. She has learned to approach life with an open mind and trust in the creativity of a Higher Power at work. She would love to share this practice and help you uncover the infinite and unique Light that already lives in you.