Hiba Melhem Stancofski, a 200-hour licensed yoga teacher and mindfulness trainer who lives in Lewes, has launched her debut youngsters’s guide, “I Really feel Higher Now.”
Although it was created throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, the teachings taught on this mindfulness guide transcend time and age. All too typically, tough feelings and adversarial conditions can overwhelm folks – youngsters and adults alike. By utilizing the ability of breath and consciousness and easy actions, folks can be taught to really feel higher within the second and deal with stress.
When Alia sees her youthful brother Tommy struggling emotionally, bodily and mentally throughout the pandemic, she believes an outside journey is simply what he wants. Alia suggests a mindfulness stroll. Slowly she coaxes Tommy again to feeling higher by educating him mindfulness respiratory and different highly effective workout routines that assist reset his emotional, bodily and academic life.
Graphic designer Timothy Bada of Lewes illustrated the guide.
“I Really feel Higher Now” will likely be obtainable for buy shortly after Easter at Browseabout Books in Rehoboth Seashore, at Surf Bagel and Involution Yoga on Route 1 in Lewes, and at Dogfish Inn and Youngsters’ Ketch in downtown Lewes. Additionally it is obtainable at amazon.com.
Along with being an teacher of yoga and mindfulness, Stancofski a can also be a Reiki Stage II healer. Her yoga trainings embody vinyasa, yoga for most cancers, yoga for trauma stage 1 and restorative yoga. She is presently enrolled in a 300-hour yoga trainer coaching and will likely be 500YTT-certified by late spring. She is a member of the Yoga Alliance and is a Aware Colleges-certified mindfulness educator.
Stancofski has been educating yoga for 5 years. She has taught on the Most cancers Assist Group, at yoga studios and gymnasiums, on the Delaware Breast Most cancers Coalition and with quite a lot of personal purchasers. She can also be devoted to introducing yoga to teenage athletes, educating a number of athletic groups on the native public highschool.
Stancofski can also be a part of the Minds Over Matter Initiative and has taught mindfulness in Sussex County colleges. This guide is her first publication.