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?
Would you tell them
…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
Of course, you wouldn't!
Yet these are the things that we tell ourselves all the time.
What if I told you I could teach you to flip this script?
I can give you the tools and resources you need to actually make a meaningful difference in your life.
✓...gone headlong into a guilt spiral after yelling at your kids?
✓...felt distracted and wished you were just about anywhere else but with your kid?
✓...experienced self-criticism and lacked confidence in what you're doing?
✓...felt overwhelmed by the sheer volume of the physical, mental, and emotional load that you're carrying day in and day out?
If so, congrats! You're 100% human. This is normal. This is expected.
And there are ways to navigate all of these situations with grace if you know HOW TO DO IT.
This work is hard. AND it's worth it.
Where the rubber meets the road....
If Glennon has taught us anything, it's that we can do hard things.
Meet Sarah Harmon
Licensed Mental Health Professional. Recovering Perfectionist. Mom.
I've been helping women learn to be more present, happier, and healthier through the inevitable ups and downs of life; especially life with kids, for more than 10 years.
I will give you the tools, resources, and practices that you need to respond rather than react.
✓ Feel less tension, stress, and overwhelm
✓ A greater sense of internal calm and sturdiness
✓ A deeper connection with your kids
✓ An overall sense of calm and confidence in your parenting
✓ Be deeply connected with a kick-ass group of women that will have your back
Frequently Asked Questions
The program is 8 months and runs from Oct 2 - May 28th. While it is technically a "school year," you will have lifelong access to the recordings and you will be able to attend LIVE guest teacher classes for future programs!
Similar to the way we can't go to the gym once and stay fit, the practice of mindfulness is not a "quick fix." It is a lifelong (and incredibly worthwhile and lifechanging!) practice. It is our hope that you stay engaged with the material/practices and continue to implement and integrate what you've learned into your life. In order to support you beyond the course, you will receive a Course Graduate Only Invitation to The Circle of MOM. More details will be provided on this at the end of the program.
Once you register for Mothering Oneself Mindfully, your Yoga Tune Up® Therapy Balls and welcome gift will be on their way to your doorstep. You will receive an email in August with all program details, calendar and information about a short pre-program module.
Yes. Dhana (Donation) Registration is available for those who are experiencing financial hardship. It is the strong belief of The School of MOM that the teachings/practices of mindfulness should be accessible to everyone. Please contact email@example.com for more information.
There will be at least two 10-15 min practice videos per module. Practices are intentionally chosen and are a blend of the ancient wisdom of mindfulness, and evidence-based practices from the field of psychology. They will include mindfulness meditations, yoga and self-massage sequences using Yoga Tune Up® Therapy Balls or alternative self-massage tools (that will be discussed in the welcome module), which you can find at home.
Please note that you do not have to have any mindfulness or yoga experience for this course. Everyone is welcome.
There are 4 Modules in the beginning of the program that introduce the foundational principles of mindfulness, the science behind why they are so beneficial, and accessible tools on how to practice them. After the foundation is set, we will move into boundaries, rest and pleasure - the key "nourishing ingredients" in learning how to mothering oneself mindfully.
Once students have completed the 8 month program, they are more than welcome to return for another year! MOM Program graduates are also invited to be a part of a more intimate group coaching container, known as The Circle of MOM.
Be notified when enrolment opens again!