"Step back and remove the title from the class for a moment. Without labeling it, here’s what Synnestvedt teaches:
The kids play games, sing songs, make art and spend some time practicing being quiet.
It’s about listening to the children and validating them. Helping them stay connected to their inner knowing, or their intuition. She teaches them about personal space and how to draw relational boundaries – like how they can disagree with a friend or parent, and stay grounded without getting wrapped up in the other person’s emotions. This can help kids sleep better, channel their energy and feel more confident, Synnestvedt says."
I like the part where children are given permission to disagree and stay grounded.
I gave my children permission to challenge authority, but only when that authority didn't feel or sound quite right, or make sense. To my chagrin, that included me.