Teach and learn chakras with this lesson guide for the kiddos in your life

When I was a kid, I sure wish someone would have talked about chakras with me!

As an adult, I’m finding that many of my chakras never fully opened. If my caregivers had known about chakras (and taught me their principles) I would have gotten much further, much faster.

Chakras might seem mysterious and arcane, but they’re really very simple. Children know instinctively the truths that most adults have lost.

This workbook teaches chakras in a simple, straightforward format.

It’s designed with 7 lesson plans (one for each chakra) and teaching tips. No need to be an expert — the workbook does it all!

Each lesson includes:

  • A suggested film to watch together. (All are rated G or PG. An alternate list is included for those who do not have access to all films listed).
  • A discussion guide for after the movie. (Includes three levels: 3-6, 7-11, and adolescent and adult).
  • A coloring and/or artwork assignment to do on your own paper or with your own materials. (These are designed to spark more discussion, and also gently open the chakra in question).

There is also a handy chakra quick guide and a kid-friendly chakra introduction to brush up on as needed. Can be used digitally — the guide is meant to lead your usage of your own materials.

Useful for homeschool, daycares, classrooms, teams, family time, vacations, or any other context you can think of. Beneficial for the young and the young at heart 💚

Subscribe to access the digital download

Subscribe for $10 and download the workbook. (Your subscription lasts for 1 year and grants you access to with a variety of digital content on my site — more to come!).

Published by Sarah Beach

Born and raised in rural Kentucky, Sarah Beach brings wellness back to her hometown through yoga, meditation, Reiki, and PhD work in mental health rhetoric. She now brings that same knowledge to humans (and animals) everywhere.

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