Mindset, Movement, Motivation for youth to start Feb. 1

January 7, 2021

Mindset, Movement, Motivation – Be a Glow-Getter is a four-week, empowering online workshop to be held for middle and high school students Mondays, Feb. 1, 8, 15 and 22.

Workshop creators Jude Block of Ever-Present Yoga and Melissa Clampitt of Your Lifestyle H.O.A. will facilitate. Grades 6-8 will meet via Zoom from 4:30 to 6 p.m., and grades 9-12 will meet from 7 to 8:30 p.m. 

The mind/body connection and the important role it plays in athletic training will be explored along with how to feel present in the power of positivity. Participants will discover why setting intentions, visualizing talents and having the right mindset can improve overall performance.

Breath and body awareness are important tools for keeping an athlete’s attention in the present moment. Attendees will learn how these are keys to creating focus and clarity while providing an overall sense of calm and well-being. Yoga poses will be practiced with breath and movement linked together to build strength, flexibility, coordination, balance and endurance.

Participants will experience elevated energy with these strategies while feeling the benefits of improved concentration, self-esteem and confidence. Participants will feel empowered to achieve whatever they set their minds to do.

Jude Block, an experienced registered yoga teacher and owner of Ever-Present Yoga, has been guiding yoga classes, workshops and retreats throughout Southern Delaware for the past 10 years. As a yoga teacher for all ages and life stages, her training and offerings have included classes for both children and young adults.

Block’s breath-based approach to mindfulness and movement aims to create positive, revitalized energy that is rooted in confidence, clarity, and calm. This nurturing practice empowers students to feel ever-growing in their intentions, ever-connected to their true nature, and ever-present in the moment. With two children active in sports, Block and her family live a life of movement in the Cape community.

Melissa Clampitt was born and raised in Lewes. She has been a lifelong educator, child advocate, community supporter, and sports enthusiast, and she has a holistic approach to health and wellness.

Clampitt was a special education teacher for the Cape Henlopen School District working at the Sussex Consortium. She finished coursework on mindfulness for educators and mindfulness fundamentals. She also completed her certification for Mindful Sport Performance Enhancement Training. She has two boys in middle school at Beacon, and both play multiple sports. She has been an athlete her whole life and continues to live an active lifestyle.

To register for Be a Glow-Getter, go to Mindset, Movement, Motivation workshops will be offered monthly, each with its own unique focus. For more information, email

Coaches or group facilitators are welcome to reach out if interested in a personalized session tailored to their team, school, or organization.

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