What We Do

Generation Gratitude inspires and empowers the youth to be change-makers of the world. We provide life changing programs and solutions specifically designed to target the unique challenges the youth face.

Our Goal

Our mission is to inspire and empower the next generation to surf the waves of life by giving them fun and effective tools. Allowing them to become great alchemists, self-healers and leaders of the world.

What We Do

Generation Gratitude inspires and empowers the youth to be change-makers of the world. We provide life changing programs and solutions specifically designed to target the unique challenges the youth face.

Our Goal

Our mission is to inspire and empower the next generation to surf the waves of life by giving them fun and effective tools. Allowing them to become great alchemists, self-healers and leaders of the world.

Athena's Bio

ABOUT ME

Athena is a moon auntie, author and an emotional empowerment therapist for kids and teens. Her work has been seen in LA Yoga, Parent Magazine and featured in Gaiam TV.

Her mission is to empower all beings to live in harmony and flow with all the cycles of their lives. Through her books, courses and live workshops she empowers the youth through emotional mastery and mindset techniques that assists them in living a limitless, sovereign life full of inner wisdom, peace, and joy.

Athena believes in the power of supporting the youth in their wellness so they can be a catalyst for great positive change in the world.

Athena's Bio

ABOUT ME

Athena is a moon auntie, author and an emotional empowerment therapist for kids and teens. Her work has been seen in LA Yoga, Parent Magazine and featured in Gaiam TV.

Her mission is to empower all beings to live in harmony and flow with all the cycles of their lives. Through her books, courses and live workshops she empowers the youth through emotional mastery and mindset techniques that assists them in living a limitless, sovereign life full of inner wisdom, peace, and joy.

Athena believes in the power of supporting the youth in their wellness so they can be a catalyst for great positive change in the world.

I’d love to connect with you!

The best place to connect with me is in the comments section of my blog and video posts. Confession: I heart Instagram. It’s where I share much of my personal life.

Getting ready to share the crystal bowl sound love at a local camp! The camp is based off of Harry Potter books. :) I luuuv it! <3 I’m excited to share the world of vibration with the little wizards today! ✨ ...

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loving this illustration by Arnold Pomotz. Where you at? A new thought and mindset game to introduce to your kids and teens is coming up! 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼 We are teaching our youth how to heal and reroute thoughts patterns in a fun game for the whole family! A game to be done as a family and to be initiated into every moment. ⚡️ . How’s your thoughts game? 🦄 Xo, @generationgratitude ...

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Let’s talk thoughts. 🤓 Thoughts create things, feeling and actions. They help to shape and create our future. 🌈 . Self-talk is how we habitually talk to ourselves. Sometimes, it is kind and other times it can be harsh and critical. We all have different styles or ways in which we talk to ourselves. . Here are some of the archetypes we all have and some creative ways to release and create harmony with them. Try these exercises below with your child or teen. It’s a wonderful family activity that can open up a whole awesome world of mindfulness and awareness. . . The next time you ask your child how their day went, they can say, “oh my inner worrier, called Stanley popped in for a visit and this is what I did to put him to rest. ⚡️ . 1. The Worrier: The self-worrier often anticipates the worst. She may create grandiose images of potential failure or catastrophe. She is always vigilant, watching with uneasy apprehension for any small symptoms or signs of trouble. To help the worrier, access a part of you that is compassionate so you can reassure the Worrier within you that all will be okay. Take your sketchbook and draw and name your Worrier. My inner worrier is called “Stanley” have fun with it! :) Then try to think of three things that would help her feel less stressed. . . :: continued below :: @generationgratitude ...

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