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Your kids are worth your time and attention...

 

and so ARE YOU!

 
I'M READY TO COMMIT TO MY FUTURE SELF
 

Your kids are worth your time and attention...

 

and so ARE YOU! 

 

I'M READY TO COMMIT TO MY FUTURE SELF

What would you tell your kid(s) if they 

… messed up?

… were beating themselves up?

… were struggling and needed help?

… asked you for love and attention?

I bet it wouldn’t be …. 

…what’s wrong with you? (in a disgusted tone)

…why can’t you just figure it out on your own or suck it up? Everyone else is!

…you don’t deserve support, rest or pleasure - you haven’t earned it

…you’re so needy, selfish and high maintenance

If any of those thoughts tend to circle through your brain on repeat, you’re not alone. 

Seriously

After witnessing the minds of women in my decade-long practice as a therapist and yoga teacher (not to mention my own mind for forty years!), I’m reminded time and time again: 

Women speak to themselves in a way they’d NEVER speak to their children, a friend, or even a stranger. 

Which is why I want you to hear and absorb this into every cell of your being.

 

THIS IS NOT YOUR FAULT.

 

The self-doubt, lack of confidence and self-criticism that you share with other women is NOT YOUR FAULT.

 

You are the product of your environment and the lessons and teachings you’ve had over the years. 

   

In case no one has told you lately...you’re already crushing it at mothering.

It’s time to take credit for everything you’re doing!

 

You read the blogs and listen to the podcasts on every topic from feeding, to sleeping, to discipline, to “how to raise a kind child,” and everything in between.

You’re up at 3 am going over the packing list or the school list or the list of questions for the doctor’s appointment tomorrow that you spent HOURS on the phone making because you’re worried about your kid.

You drive them here… and there… and everywhere.

You research and assemble the summer camp puzzle. (Speaking from personal experience… that felt harder than my master’s thesis!)

You arrange the playdates… and buy the presents for the birthday parties.

You arrive (mostly) on time for pickups and drop-offs… and are there as fast as you can be for those unexpected middle of the day fever calls.

You wash the favorite shirt (again) even though there are 15 other clean ones in the drawer.

You laugh with, hug, and smile bigger than you knew was possible at your kid(s).

You listen, you care for… and you love. 

You love HARD.

And while caring for and loving your kids may not have come naturally, it’s evolved and continues to evolve. 

 

So if you’ve still got some doubts and worries that get in the way of seeing how amazing you truly are... know this:

 

THERE IS NO MANUAL FOR MOTHERHOOD, except…

 
The one you co-create with yourself. 

 

 You can write the rules.

You can get clear on the values that matter to YOU.

You can pass off or drop ALL the balls that you never wanted to pick up in the first place.

You can ask for support and more importantly… RECEIVE IT … without guilt and doubt.

You can feel confident and at ease in the messy unknowns that are what parenting is all about.

You can stay present and grounded in the tantrums and with the triggers… and better yet - respond intentionally in a way that feels in line with those values that are so important to you.

You can know (and not question!) what you need to thrive as a woman and mom… and feel comfortable being assertive and asking for what you need.

 

You can CRUSH mothering YOURSELF too. 

 

I’m ready to crush mothering myself

Compassionately taking care of your OWN needs starts with recognizing the thought patterns and beliefs holding you back from making time for yourself.

Imagine going from

  • “I don’t have time for this.” → “I make time for what I value and want to make a priority.”
  • “It’s too much money.” → “Investing in myself is the single most important investment I can ever make. Becoming a more mindful and compassionate human has an infinite return on investment.”
  • “I don’t think it will actually help.” → “I trust the science and powerful testimonials of the women who have come before me… and know that what I get out of it is connected to what I put in.”

You deserve a space to come home to yourself where you’ve got your own back. 

Introducing

Mothering Oneself Mindfully

 

 

An 8 month container combining education, community and professional support and tools so you can become the present, compassionate and resilient human you want to raise.

 

GIVE ME THE DETAILS

What does “Mothering oneself mindfully” mean? Let’s look to nature: 

 

When you’re born, you are your own little garden of healthy, fertilized soil. You are fresh out (literally!) with no seeds or growth.

But for the early years of your life… other people start tending to the garden that is you.

Your caregivers, the communities you’re a part of and your culture and society as a whole plant “seeds” ie. beliefs and thoughts that become an unhealthy self-image and programmed beliefs.

Your external environment and those around you are in control of your garden.

Until you become an adult… and have a more developed brain (ie. a prefrontal cortex)  that can start to assess, reason and make conscious decisions for yourself. 

And that’s where you are now: reading this with that ripe (no pun intended) mind of yours…

which means you have the ability to become your own gardener.

And... to cultivate your own awareness and tend to your previously grown and developed garden of beliefs and behaviors.

This is at the heart of mothering yourself mindfully.

 It’s becoming conscious of what's in your "garden" (ie. your mind and body).

It's deciding what seeds (or weeds!) have been growing that need to be uprooted or replanted. 

It’s asking yourself - what new seeds do I want to plant today that will help me grow and develop into the human, parent, partner, friend and family member that I want to be?

Or perhaps what needs to be nourished that’s been neglected?

 

"To say Sarah and The School of MOM has helped me become a better mom, wife, business partner, and boss, essentially a better human, would be a vast understatement. She has helped me work towards becoming the best version of myself.

She has taught me how to be more present and appreciative of my time with my kids through mindfulness and self-compassion. She has taught me to be less frustrated with challenging situations and/or people in my life through resetting my expectations and using boundaries.

She is the very best at what she does."

- Jamie O'Day, Founder of Boston NAPS

One of the most helpful things for me in Mothering Oneself Mindfully is the sense of community. Even though we are all doing this virtually, there is a sense that we are working alongside each other as like-minded mothers to find ways to find peace in the midst of chaos so that we can then better mother our children. I am finding that I am more aware of my triggers, more aware of what my body needs (movement!!!!), and in turn, working on self compassion. This is a process and a journey. This program has helped me to feel less like I am flailing in the world and gave me a bit of direction. It’s provided accountability, connection, movement (including more ball rolling!!!), and ongoing growth. I feel incredibly lucky to be able to continue this work with Sarah and other women in The School of MOM.

- Jess

The School of MOM and the Mothering Oneself Mindfully Program is here to help you become a conscious and compassionate gardener of your own mind and body.

 

Mindfulness and self-compassion are the foundational practices to BE this conscious “gardener.” These ancient practices provide the skills to tend to your plot and determine the seeds and flowers that you want to plant and grow in it.

 

Mindfulness and self-compassionate are also a foundational component of regularly integrating the key nourishing practices that help you grow ie. boundaries, pleasure and rest.

 

Similar to how water, soil, and sunlight are crucial to healthy growth in an actual garden… boundaries, pleasure and rest are core ingredients in your journey of mothering yourself mindfully and fostering discernment, self-awareness, self-acceptance and self-compassion.

 

Become the mindful gardener of your own inner landscape.

I like to explain it like this...

 

 

Here’s how the Mothering Oneself Mindfully Program breaks down

Become a Mindful Gardner: Tools to Clear Your Weeds and Grow Your Seeds (October - January)

The first four months of the Mothering Oneself Mindfully Program focuses on the foundations of mindfulness and self-compassion. In order to consciously care for yourself, you will learn about the core components of mindfulness, and practices to help you integrate them into your daily life.

  • Oct - Curiosity 
    In order to make positive change, you need to start with seeing your mind, emotions and body clearly (without judgment!). When one of those usual “What if I’m a bad mom?” thoughts come up, you’ll learn to get curious about where that thought is coming from, which will take you on a totally new journey of self-discovery as you get to the root of the feeling.
  • Nov - Discernment
    Discernment is the difference between snap judgments/reactions and thoughtful/intentional responses. The space between trigger and response is where mindful discernment lies - and harnessing this skill is truly a superpower! I can’t promise that you’ll stop reacting when your kid throws their shoe at you or your teenager rolls their eyes for the umpteenth time, but you’ll be able to intentionally decide how you want to react if you do.  
  • Dec - Acceptance
    The opposite of acceptance is resistance, and mindfulness teaches us that this is actually the root cause of suffering! Learning how to allow and accept what is happening is a gateway to finding peace and grace with yourself and others. This doesn’t mean you’ll allow all your desires to go unheeded, however – part of acceptance is knowing when a situation can change, and when it’s time to walk away for your own health.
  • Jan - Self-compassion
    Self-compassion is truly the heart of the Mothering Oneself Mindfully Program. You aren't practicing mindfulness if you aren't practicing self-compassion/compassion. Learning what self-compassion is and how to bring it into your everyday life is a key component in becoming the human you want to raise.  

Nourish Your Seeds (February - April)

Once you have the foundational knowledge and skills to practice and integrate mindfulness and self-compassion into your life and way of being, it’s time to learn and understand the crucial ingredients to help nourish yourself and the “seeds” you WANT to grow. When it comes to nature, we know that soil, water and sun are key ingredients to help nourish growth. When it comes to humans, key ingredients include: boundaries, pleasure and rest. Every human is unique and thus, these months will welcome you into your own personal exploration of how these nourishing practices can be prioritized and integrated into your life.

  • Feb - Boundaries 
    I joke that everything comes back to boundaries… but it’s true! Boundaries are FOUNDATIONAL for mothering yourself. During this month, you’ll learn what they are and how to implement them in all aspects of your life. Think: your relationships, schedule, and kids, just to name a few!
  • Mar - Pleasure
    When you become a mom, a lot of your pleasure is tied up in your kids. Their laughs and full night’s sleep bring you pleasure… and that’s a wonderful thing! But as moms, we need to learn/re-learn how to welcome pleasure into our lives for ourselves, and what pleasure even looks and feels like in the first place!
  • Apr - Rest
    It may seem a little dramatic, but a well rested mother is quite radical. This month is all about embracing the seemingly unattainable and radical practice of rest. You’ll learn the benefits of rest, how and why to prioritize it, and how to design your own path to actually FEEL rested in the chaos of your daily life as a mom.

Cyclical Patience: Trusting YOUR Process (May)

The final month of the Mothering Oneself Mindfully Program helps you look to nature as your model and guide when it comes to the process of cultivating habits and making change in your life. In May, you’ll harness your new level of consciousness to discern what’s important to you and how you’ll continue the teachings and practices you’ve learned in the Mothering Oneself Mindfully Program to stay committed to your own growth.

 

  • Harvest and Celebrate (May)
    During our closing half-day virtual retreat, we’ll focus on three often overlooked, but incredibly important components of making positive changes in your life - witnessing, celebrating and receiving. The retreat will take place on May 28th from 2- 4 pm.

 

Monthly Breakdown 

Each month, there will be 3 weeks with a live offering and 1 integration week.

The general structure of each month will be:

  • Week 1, PLANT: Live workshop on monthly theme
  • Week 2, NOURISH: MOM OM - live yoga, ball rolling, meditation class on Monday evening (aka: Mothering Oneself Mindfully On Mondays) 
  • Week 3, NOURISH: Guest Speaker and/or Q&A Drop in call
  • Week 4, GROW: Personal and Community Reflection & Integration

*While the final week of the month is dedicated to having space to reflect and integrate lessons and practices, ongoing engagement and reflection in our community space is always encouraged!

WHAT MOM GRADS HAVE TO SAY:

 

I like to explain it like this...

 

 

Here’s how the Mothering Oneself Mindfully Program breaks down

Become a Mindful Gardner: Tools to Clear Your Weeds and Grow Your Seeds (October - January)

The first four months of the Mothering Oneself Mindfully Program focuses on the foundations of mindfulness and self-compassion. In order to consciously care for yourself, you will learn about the core components of mindfulness, and practices to help you integrate them into your daily life.

  • Oct - Curiosity 
    In order to make positive change, you need to start with seeing your mind, emotions and body clearly (without judgment!). When one of those usual “What if I’m a bad mom?” thoughts come up, you’ll learn to get curious about where that thought is coming from, which will take you on a totally new journey of self-discovery as you get to the root of the feeling.
  • Nov - Discernment
    Discernment is the difference between snap judgments/reactions and thoughtful/intentional responses. The space between trigger and response is where mindful discernment lies - and harnessing this skill is truly a superpower! I can’t promise that you’ll stop reacting when your kid throws their shoe at you or your teenager rolls their eyes for the umpteenth time, but you’ll be able to intentionally decide how you want to react if you do.  
  • Dec - Acceptance
    The opposite of acceptance is resistance, and mindfulness teaches us that this is actually the root cause of suffering! Learning how to allow and accept what is happening is a gateway to finding peace and grace with yourself and others. This doesn’t mean you’ll allow all your desires to go unheeded, however – part of acceptance is knowing when a situation can change, and when it’s time to walk away for your own health.
  • Jan - Self-compassion
    Self-compassion is truly the heart of the Mothering Oneself Mindfully Program. You aren't practicing mindfulness if you aren't practicing self-compassion/compassion. Learning what self-compassion is and how to bring it into your everyday life is a key component in becoming the human you want to raise.  

Nourish Your Seeds (February - April)

Once you have the foundational knowledge and skills to practice and integrate mindfulness and self-compassion into your life and way of being, it’s time to learn and understand the crucial ingredients to help nourish yourself and the “seeds” you WANT to grow. When it comes to nature, we know that soil, water and sun are key ingredients to help nourish growth. When it comes to humans, key ingredients include: boundaries, pleasure and rest. Every human is unique and thus, these months will welcome you into your own personal exploration of how these nourishing practices can be prioritized and integrated into your life.

  

  • Feb - Boundaries 
    I joke that everything that comes back to boundaries… but it’s true! Boundaries are FOUNDATIONAL for mothering yourself. During this month, you’ll learn what they are and how to implement them in all aspects of your life. Think: your relationships, schedule, and kids, just to name a few!
  • Mar - Pleasure
    When you become a mom, a lot of your pleasure is tied up in your kids. Their laughs and full night’s sleep bring you pleasure… and that’s a wonderful thing! But as moms, we need to learn/re-learn how to welcome pleasure into our lives for ourselves, and what pleasure even looks and feels like in the first place!
  • Apr - Rest
    It may seem a little dramatic, but a well rested mother is quite radical. This month is all about embracing the seemingly unattainable and radical practice of rest. You’ll learn the benefits of rest, how and why to prioritize it, and how to design your own path to actually FEEL rested in the chaos of your daily life as a mom.

Cyclical Patience: Trusting YOUR Process (May)

The final month of the Mothering Oneself Mindfully Program helps you look to nature as your model and guide when it comes to the process of cultivating habits and making change in your life. In May, you’ll harness your new level of consciousness to discern what’s important to you and how you’ll continue the teachings and practices you’ve learned in the Mothering Oneself Mindfully Program to stay committed to your own growth.

 

  • Harvest and Celebrate (May)
    During our closing half-day virtual retreat, we’ll focus on three often overlooked, but incredibly important components of making positive changes in your life - witnessing, celebrating and receiving. The retreat will take place on May 28th from 2- 4 pm.

 

Monthly Breakdown 

Each month, there will be 3 weeks with a live offering and 1 integration week.

The general structure of each month will be:

  • Week 1, PLANT: Live workshop on monthly thee
  • Week 2, NOURISH: MOM OM - live yoga, ball rolling, meditation class on Monday evening (aka: Mothering Oneself Mindfully On Mondays) 
  • Week 3, NOURISH: Guest Speaker and/or Q&A Drop in call
  • Week 4, GROW: Personal and Community Reflection & Integration

*While the final week of the month is dedicated to having space to reflect and integrate lessons and practices, ongoing engagement and reflection in our community space is always encouraged!

Your investment in YOU

MOM Program

$990

or 8 Monthly payments of $124

  • Opening and Closing Virtual Retreats

  •  Monthly Live Classes

  •  Monthly Live MOM OMs

  •  Monthly Live Guest Speakers and/or Q&A’s

  •  Adjunct Faculty Drop-ins with Parenting Coach, Children's Therapist & DEI Coach

  •  Moderated Community Space 

  •  Replay Library

  •  Welcome Gift (includes Yoga Tune Up Therapy Balls and Coregeous Ball for MOM OMs)

 

MOM Program + Small Group Coaching

$1990

or 8 Monthly payments of $249

Everything in the MOM Program:

  • Opening and Closing Virtual Retreats

  •  Monthly Live Classes

  •  Monthly Live MOM OMs

  •  Monthly Live Guest Speakers and/or Q&A’s

  •  Adjunct Faculty Drop-ins with Parenting Coach, Children's Therapist & DEI Coach

  •  Moderated Community Space 

  •  Replay Library

  •  Welcome Gift (includes Yoga Tune Up Therapy Balls and Coregeous Ball for MOM OMs)

Plus:

  • 8 Small group 50 min virtual coaching calls (max of 12 people/group)
I'm ready to be supported

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Wondering who's behind all this?

 

Hi I'm Sarah Harmon, creator of The School of MOM

 

I'm a Licensed Mental Health Counselor (ie. therapist), yoga & mindfulness teacher and mother to two girls.

The School of MOM was birthed (pun intended!) out of my personal experience as a mother and its intersection with my professional experience in my therapy practice and yoga classes, working with moms.

About a decade ago, personal issues with my own Mother pushed me into the deep end of struggles. I knew many of my clients and friends were experiencing these challenges too...

  • high self-expectations
  • self-doubt
  • self-criticism and 
  • endlessly seeking approval 

...they showed up everywhere. And support and affirmation from my own Mother wasn't only hard to come by, it was unavailable. And when you’re pushed into the deep end, it truly is sink or swim. But I learned...

There was a floatation device that was accessible to me at ALL times, that I didn't know was there —
the ancient wisdom and teachings of mindfulness and self-compassion. (If you’re a fellow science and data nerd - the awesome thing to note is that all of these practices are backed by modern day data and science!)

And - and speaking of devices that are monumentally impactful, I also came to understand during this challenging time how my favorite “yoga tool” ie.Yoga Tune Up® Therapy Balls were not just about giving yourself some physical relief via self-massage. These little magic balls became the little compassionate companions on the presence and self-compassion journey.

They not only helped me take self-care into my own hands, they became the tangible tool for me to build self-awareness and heal on a mental, physical and emotional level.

It is this healing and awareness that has prepared me well to guide and support you on your journey with mothering, taking care of yourself and healing on many levels!

I’ve brought all my personal and professional experience, training and wisdom together to share with you in a transformative group coaching and self-care program for you to experience the same life-changing impact mindfulness and self-compassion can have on your life.

As Seen On

 While a lot of the work we do is personal, that doesn’t mean you have to do it alone. 

Because you learned so many of your thought patterns and habits in community, one of the best places to UNLEARN them is also within community. 

 

With group coaching, you’ll discover the kind of support that comes from women who understand what it means to survive listening to 8 hours of “Baby Shark”... on 3 hours of sleep. You’ll discover how at ease and nourished you can feel when you are with people who you don’t have to explain anything to - ESPECIALLY how you feel. 

 

They’ll lovingly (but firmly) insist you show up for yourself, even when you don’t feel like you can, and cheer you on as you make consistent strides in your journey of mothering yourself mindfully. And they’ll lovingly reflect back to you time and time again (as many times as you need to hear it) that you are crushing it at motherhood, and that you ARE worth your own time and attention.

 

How do you take advantage of this? Sign up for option 2: MOM Program + Small Group Coaching. 

I'm in!

The small group coaching has been a lifeline to my sanity for the past year. When I signed up I had no idea just how impactful these women would be in my journey to trying to better myself and my parenting. I learn something about myself on every call from listening to them and connecting over similar experiences. The calls have made me feel less alone as a mother. Sarah has helped to provide a roadmap for incremental, do-able changes in a non-judgemental, swear like a pirate if need be, cry if necessary, empowering environment. I NEVER want to leave this group.  

- Caitlin

I want to reclaim my sanity!

Craving more individual Support?

I am opening up limited spots for personal coaching support. Currently, this is the only way to work with me in a 1:1 capacity.

MOM Program + Individual Coaching

$4990

or 10 Monthly payments of $499

Everything in the MOM Program:

  • Opening and Closing Virtual Retreats

  •  Monthly Live Classes

  •  Monthly Live MOM OMs

  •  Monthly Live Guest Speakers and/or Q&A’s

  •  Adjunct Faculty Drop-ins with Parenting Coach, Children's Therapist & DEI Coach

  •  Moderated Community Space 

  •  Replay Library

  •  Welcome Gift (includes Yoga Tune Up Therapy Balls and Coregeous Ball for MOM OMs)

Plus:

  • 8 x monthly 50min individual virtual sessions
Sign me up!

Sometimes the most selfless act of parenting comes from showing up for yourself.

There’s a lot of parenting resources that talk about unconditional love.

The feeling of knowing someone has your back.

That you can mess up and be forgiven every time. 

The knowledge that even if you don’t know what the hell you’re doing, you can be admired for being perfectly imperfect. 

But some of you reading this may not actually relate to or know these feelings. If being unconditionally loved and accepted by your parents feels completely foreign, know that you’re not alone. 

And… this is why you’re here, on this page, ready to learn how to mother yourself mindfully. 

You are here to make RADICAL shifts in generational cycles of guilt, shame, and judgment. 

To show your children that because you unconditionally love and accept yourself, you’ve got your own back, which means that you’ve also got theirs. 

In the most conscious and loving way possible. 

So that when you say, “I’m here for you. You can always call me,” 

It’s coming from an unshakeable foundation… because you’ve done the work on YOU.

I need this, sign me up!

Guest Speakers & Adjunct Faculty

I believe a school is only as good as its teachers!

While I will be your headteacher through the duration of the program, one of my FAVORITE parts of The School of MOM is bringing in AMAZING women who can teach and engage with us on a variety of topics.

Our newly revamped curriculum and program won’t just have guest teachers – we’ll also welcome adjunct faculty who will be more accessible on a regular basis. 

GUEST TEACHER LINE UP:

Jill Miller 

 Vagus Voyage: An Embodied Tour of the Vagus Nerve and its Influence. 

Tuere Sala

Appreciating the Liberating Gift of Anger

Christine Carter

Never Feel Guilty For Being A Working Mother Again 

Tara Vogel

Cosmic parenting hacks to be the best mom you can be to your child and yourself

 

ADJUNCT FACULTY FOR PARENTING TOOLS, CHILD DEVELOPMENT SUPPORT AND DEI WORK

Michelle Mady 

Michelle (who I refer to as the toddler whisperer!) is an early childhood educator, mom of five (yes you read that right... FIVE!) and child advocate. 

Her Master's Degree in Early Childhood Education has given her knowledge to share best practices. However, her 15 years of experience have given her the wisdom to share realistic tools and goals that have been tested in various settings.

I am so grateful for Michelle for helping me with all my parenting and behavioral questions, and can't wait for our community to learn from (and laugh with!) her.

Gretchen Herter 

I am always clear with my clients and community that I do NOT work with kids, even though I have them. This is why I'm thrilled to welcome licensed mental health therapist and parenting coach, Gretchen Herter, to help us understand child development and ways to foster healthy mental and emotional health.

Gretchen utilizes a combination of different therapeutic modalities and helps clients and parents to develop positive coping strategies to meet their goals and strives to provide an open, warm and positive environment in which clients can work toward their own personal-growth and development.

 

Annie Gichuru

The School of MOM is committed to providing ongoing education and support for community members to “do the work” and either start or continue on a personal journey of being anti-racist and raising anti-racist kids.  Annie has an amazing ability to create a brave group space where you can be open and vulnerable, and apply all the mindfulness and self-compassion tools that you’re learning to become more conscious of your own unconscious biases and blindspots. And of course all the work you do on yourself in this brave space will help you teach and guide your children to become more conscious around diversity, equity and inclusion as they grow and evolve.

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One of my key values in life and business is authenticity. In order to show up as my full authentic self, I want to be laser clear about what I stand for and what I am committed to when it comes to diversity, equity and inclusion. You can read the rest of my DEI journey statement HERE.

 

Let’s be honest:

 

There's NO way we're going to get through a year of this program without some pop up visits from two of my absolute favorite friends and moms, Jamie O'Day and Emily Silver from Nurture by NAPS for the perfect blend of personal and professional parenting advice.

Sooo you have that to look forward to as well. 

Making this change is up to you

As a therapist, I am acutely aware that when people aren’t ready for change… we can’t force ANYONE to engage in or make change.  

My job isn’t to convince you one way or the other with your decision. 

My job is to help you see that these lines are the “seeds” that we are talking about that need to be pulled up. This “cluster” of seeds involves fear, lack and contraction. 

So the question isn’t actually - am I ready for this program?

The question is:

- Am I ready to say yes to a future version of myself?
- Am I ready to say yes to the part of me that knows I’m ready to expand and grow?
- Am I ready to invest in the woman, partner, friend and mom that I am BECOMING?

Am I ready to plant seeds from a new cluster… a cluster of trust, abundance and expansion?

 

And ultimately...who do you WANT to be making this decision? 

The present, compassionate and resilient version of you is waiting – are you ready to BE HER NOW?

 

"The Mothering Oneself Mindfully Program opened my eyes to the power of mindfulness and gave me space to learn how to practice it. Sarah's expertise is only surpassed by her warmth, compassion and commitment to helping women cope with stress, uncertainty and life's daily grind. The School of MOM has enabled me to connect with a community of women who offer support, understanding and a sense of belonging in a world that can be isolating at times. I've only just begun to explore the practice of mindfulness and can clearly see the benefits of incorporating it into my life. I give all the credit to The School of MOM."

- Amanda

I was vaguely familiar with mindfulness practice, but Sarah helped me to strengthen the connection between mindfulness practice and my everyday life. There was no pressure or promises of immediate happiness or peace, but there were tangible everyday strategies, science based information about the way our brains work (science nerd here, I loved it), and most importantly gentle encouragement and compassion. There are so many amazing things to highlight about Sarah’s program, but my favorite by far has been being a part of the community. The willingness of other women to have an open dialogue with themselves and share so vulnerablely has made me feel incredibly empowered and cared for – by myself and by others. It’s just the start of my journey, and I’m grateful, especially now to have the resources and connection Sarah’s community provides.

-Ingrid

"Working with Sarah has changed my life and unlocked my soul to experiencing myself, my life, and motherhood in the way I’ve always wanted. She keeps its 100% real, offers you 360 support via extensive resources, yoga practice, mindfulness, and helping to reframe how I approached my anxiety and internal negative dialog. She’s extremely well read and brings that as a foundation coupled with her authentic way of connecting with you right where you're at....and always never with judgement. Sarah’s incorporation of mindfulness and self compassion have unearthed the tools of mothering myself which is something I hadn’t done for myself and now that I’m a mom is more important than ever."

- Christina

Since meeting Sarah I have been in awe of her natural ability to get others to let go and encourage others to let go with her (no one can dance on camera like Sarah!).

When I heard about The School of Mom it was a no brainer that I needed in!  The course became my outlet to focus on me and attempt to let go of mom guilt, especially missing bedtime... by the end of the course I was locking the door and fully letting Dad do bedtime, WIN!!! 

Sarah's genuine and caring approach helped me shift my mindset that self care had to be a large chunk of time and realize even a moment of deep breathing could change my day. Along with Sarah, I looked forward to hearing from other mom's I could relate to and nod along with as we each shared our struggles. The sense of community, even when virtual, felt very real and much needed. Sarah is a truly gifted teacher!

- Lauren

Still wondering if this program is for you?

It's been designed with you in mind if you are:

  • Committed to raising a present, kind, patient, compassionate and resilient kid(s).
  • Tired of not receiving the support you need and yearn for from your Mother or from other people in your life.
  • Seeking a community of smart, insightful women, who are open to being vulnerable with the support and guidance from a trained professional.
  • Passionate about evolving your self-awareness to positively shift your relationship with yourself and shift habits that potentially haven't served you.
  • Ready to confidently let go of all the self-doubt, shoulds and Mom-guilt.
  • Tired of feeling run-down, lonely, anxious and overwhelmed by high expectations you have of yourself.
  • Craving self-care and more balance, but are not sure how to get these things or even what self-care and balance look like as a Mom.
  • Either curious about or committed to shifting generational cycles of guilt, shame and judgment for future generations to come.

Frequently Asked Questions

You are worth your own time and attention.

The Mothering Oneself Mindfully Program is here to help you harness and embody that.

 

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