June Holiday Camp - Science & Art with Body Awareness Age 7-14

Mon Jun 19 2023 at 09:00 am to 05:00 pm

Mindful Space | Singapore

Mindful Space
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June Holiday Camp - Science & Art with Body Awareness Age 7-14
June Holiday Camp - Science & Art with Body Awareness Age 7-14
About this Event

Is your child…

  • hunching?
  • bad posture when sitting or standing?
  • getting stiff and it hurts when they stretch?
  • not at their best sports performance?
  • hard time to express and regulate their unpleasant thoughts and emotions?
  • experiencing low self-esteem and confidence?
  • lack of resilience and motivation?
  • enters fight, flight and freeze mode when stress?
  • unwilling to explore new things?

If your child tick any of the above, join our June Holiday Camp to explore more.

What we will focus on?


Sports & Movement

How to improve your body & sports? Dive into body anatomy skeletal, muscular, and cardiac systems


Emotion Regulation

How to regulate your pleasant & unpleasant feelings and thoughts?



How to enhance your brain muscles to achieve the results you want?

How will your child benefit?

  • Meet their sensory needs (tactile, vestibular & proprioceptive)
  • Aware of a better posture and improve their range of motion
  • Practice the right brain & body muscles to enhance their performance and capacity for school, sports & home
  • Mindful of how their breath & movement can help regulate
  • Express & balance their thoughts & emotions healthily
  • Build their self-esteem and growth mindset, exploring out of comfort zone

June Holiday Camp

5 Activities in 3 days:

  • mindfulness (intention setting, reflection and quiet time)
  • mindful movement / yoga
  • aerial with hammock
  • mindful eating
  • body anatomy/ body anatomy on sports/ art therapy (different activities on each afternoon)

Mindfulness & Kids Yoga

✅ Get to know MY BODY – Mindful of our body

Learn about different body parts and our superpower breath.

Understand our body is all different and very smart. When we do something new, we are introducing changes to both the body and mind. What happens when there is a change, we might like it, we might not and the most important thing is we don’t judge. We allow time for the body and mind to experience the changes. We allow time for the body to thrive and adapt.

How can we help? Rest & stretch.

✅ Get to know MY MIND – Silent Yoga & promote creativity

Understanding our brain is super smart, alert us when there is a danger to protect us or inform us something is super fun, and let’s do it quickly. Who is even smarter than our brain? You – the combination of your brain, breath, and heart.

How to overcome fear? Deep breath in and out. Understand the steps needed to do the challenge, try and ask for help

How to calm the excited mind? Sometimes when asked to do something, we think it is so easy and we are excited, we laugh, we talk and we lose our breath and attention. We can be excited yet mindful. Being mindful keeps us aware. When we are aware, we are safe because we can pay attention

✅ Get to know MY LIFE – Mindful Living

Understand that we all have superpowers to help achieve what we want if we get to know ourselves and the people around us better. The first step is to slow down and take our superpower breath.

Mindful Body – Recap of the 10 steps of sun salutation A and variations of the poses

Mindful Mind – Rest, Rejuvenate & Refocus. Learn simple meditation and relaxation techniques

Aerial Yoga

  • Inversions are a great tool for self-regulation to the central nervous system
  • Fun and therapeutic environment to flip, rock and swing to improve body and spatial awareness
  • Upside down with the help of gravity aligns and decompress the spine, promotes blood circulation and a calming sensory to the brain
  • Movements in different orientations and directions help develop a strong sense of balance; train the brain’s focus, motor planning, and working memory
  • Up in the air enhances self-confidence, responsibility and require good observation and listening skills to move in and out of different poses

Research has shown that your child’s brain and body are calmer and more integrated after they flip, swing, and go upside down. We focus on teaching values through fun play! It’s not what we teach but how we teach it. The teachers and the space make a difference, and you will understand why it’s our signature program when your child experiences it.

Values we cultivate through the fun play activities:

  • Growth Mindset
  • Emotion Regulation
  • Resilience
  • Body Awareness
  • Social Cues

Mindful Eating

Today’s fast-paced society tempts people with an abundance of food choices and technology is a distraction, shifting our attention away from the actual act of eating. Eating becomes a mindless act, often done quickly. This can be problematic since it takes our brain up to 20 minutes to realize we are full.

By eating mindfully, we restore our attention and slow down, making eating an intentional act instead of an automatic one.

  • Allowing children to explore and be willing to try food that is within and out of their comfort zone
  • Aim to intrigue their curiosity, it is okay for them to verbalise their preference yet the goal is to be willing to try different things
  • If your child has a strict diet or allergies, please notify us during the registration. Alternatively, bring your own lunch.

Learning Points:

  • Slow down and enjoy the act of eating
  • Engaging our senses by noticing colours, smells, sounds, textures and flavours
  • Noticing the effects food has on our feelings and emotions
  • Appreciating food
  • Connecting food with the circle of life. Understand how and what we eat affects the world.

Lunch Provided

  • Day 1: Japanese omelette fried rice, fruits and yogurt.
  • Day 2: Chicken Yakiniku with rice and sautéed vegetable, fruits and yogurt.
  • Day 3: Fried noodles, braised mushroom with beancurd skin, roasted chicken, fruits and yogurt.
  • If your child has food allergies or dietary requirements, you can pack your own lunch.

Body Science – Musculoskeletal (Locomotor)

The musculoskeletal system is also known as the locomotor system. It is made up of the skeleton, the skeletal muscles, tendons, ligaments, joints, cartilage and other connective tissue. These parts work together to allow movement.

When a child learns about their body and how their body moves, it will

  • increase their body awareness during their practice
  • help them to understand how these muscles help them move, the pain & common injuries they have encounter through teenage hood

What will they learn?

  • Skeletal system (skeleton)
  • Muscular system (major muscles for mainstream sports)
  • Cardiac muscles (muscles of the heart contract to pump blood out and then relax to let blood back in after it has circulated through the body.

Art Therapy

Skeletal Art:

Celebrate the differences between vertebrates and invertabrates. Before heading home with your own moon seajelly art.

Cardiac System:

What colors does your heart invoke? Follow Master of Hearts Pop artist Jim Dines as we recreate our own heart confetti.

For Age 7 – 14

Suitable for beginners, no prior yoga or aerial experience required.

Date and Time

Three Days Camp (Mon- Wed)9am -5pm

Age 7-12

  • May 29-31
  • Jun 12-14
  • Jun 26- 28

Age 9-14

  • Jun 5-7
  • Jun 19-21


  • $680per child
  • $640 per child for buddy rate (2 or more children)
  • $620 EARLYBIRD (signup by May 10)

Class Size

Minimum 6 pax to commence

Maximum 10 – 11pax

Dress Code

  • Best to wear sports attire. Wear a shirt with sleeves (no sleeveless), direct hammock contact against the skin with tension might be uncomfortable.
  • Wear long pants/tights comfortable for stretches and large movements (no shorts or skirts).
  • NO jewellery, clothes with zips, or long nails (damages hammock).
  • Bring your own water bottle.


  • This ticket is not applicable for cancellation or refund unless Mindful Space cannot commence or proceed with the activity (eg: minimum number of pax)
  • Tickets are transferable to others for the same date but not refundable. If you can no longer attend, you can find family or friends to replace you. You can also try your luck to check-in if there is someone on the waiting list.
  • By signing up for this programme, you agreed to be contacted for future events via WhatsApp
  • WhatsApp +65 9783 7313 to be on the waiting list or organise private camp dates.

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Event Venue & Nearby Stays

Mindful Space, 10 Winstedt Road, Singapore, Singapore


SGD 620.00 to SGD 680.00

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