Omazen Kids Helps Special Needs Children Adjust

Healthy Alternatives Mind, Body and Soul is presenting its inaugural holistic Omazen Kids Retreat on September 27 and 28 at Dinosaur Valley State Park to provide special needs kids and their families with the support system they need to deal with every day challenges of life, including yoga, Emotional Freedom Technique, camping and lots of healthy fun. All proceeds from the retreat will benefit kids with special needs and assist families with alternatives to traditional medicine.

Omazen Kids program is currently enrolling for fall pre-K classes, with optional after-school care. Their goal is helping each student achieve optimal health and wellness by focusing on every person as a whole. By beginning each day with a brief relaxation, students are able to increase comprehension and focus more on each task with a calmer mindset. Studies show that relaxation is a powerful tool in assisting people with a variety of health concerns, including anxiety, depression, ADHD and control issues, along with heightening awareness, increasing focus, memory, concentration and productivity for a better learning experience.

Cost is $99 per child or $299 per family. For more information, call 469-471-5981 or visit See ad, page 29.

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