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Mindfulness for Teens,

Tweens & Parents

Cultivating Connection & Confidence

for happy, thriving humans throughout adolescence & beyond!


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M:Powered offers a unique approach to solving three huge challenges that teens struggle with today.

Most other challenges fall under these categories. 

1. Perceived High Stress 

2. Low Self-Confidence

3. Lacking Meaningful Connections


The M:P framework follows personal development & mindfulness practices that successful business leaders attribute to their success. Taking a "leadership" approach empowers the students to self-improve while looking forward to helping others. 


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Hi, I'm Krista Inochovsky the creator and empowerment coach of M:POWERED. As the mom of two teens, I see first hand the challenges and stresses teens are under. I see great kids who are up to big things who would benefit from the mindfulness practices I've been teaching entrepreneurs, parents, and professionals for years. 

The more you can understand how your emotions and brain works, the more you can feel in control to be a powerful creator of your life. 

I'm excited to meet you, help you see the best of yourself, and inspire you to be "powered by mindfulness!"

More about Krista Inochovsky, Certified Life Coach, Yoga & Meditation Leader, Mastermind Facilitator 

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The most successful people in business today have a mindfulness practice. M:POWERED founder, Krista Inochvosky shares why.



Narmin, Mom

My daughter loves coming to class every week. She wants to join the next series too! She is more confident with her daily routuine and handles the stress of school with ease. Thank you, Krista guiding our girls on these tricky topics. 

Deborah, Mom

My daughter found a safe place to open up her heart  & talk about any kind of problem and learn how to deal with them with less or no anxiety. She is more confident  with her daily routine, is making

new friends and telling her dad  & me how she feels.

Ana, Mom

I see my daughter opening up and having more confidence already. She is excited to come to the class each week. She is shy and introverted.  Working with Krista & talking with the girls is really

good for her. 


According to the latest research from the American Psychological Association, teens report higher levels of stress than adults do (at least during the school year). And almost half of teens say they’re not doing enough to manage their stress. In fact, the two most common “strategies” teens use to cope with stress are playing video games and surfing the Internet.

All teens experience some amount of stress, and some stress can even be healthy. Many teens, however, struggle with significant stress levels that interfere with learning, relationships, and other areas of functioning. Stress can manifest in different ways, and some symptoms of stress mimic normal teen behavior. To that end, stress can sneak up on teens.




Mindfulness (present-moment, nonjudgmental awareness) is a powerful tool that teens can use to manage their stress. Research indicates that when teens consistently practice mindfulness, it lowers rates of anxiety and depression, and leads to better sleep, stronger relationships, and increased self-awareness, all of which can go a long way toward ameliorating the impact of stress.


Teenagers want to know "what's in for me." Meditation is an important tool taught in M:POWERED classes. Here are some research findings to share with your teens:

  • Studies show that students who meditate before an exam perform better than students who do not

  • Meditation helps improve performance on standardized tests

  • Meditation can improve concentration

  • Meditation can help with anxiety, stress, overwhelm and depression

  • Meditation improves focus and concentration so teens can focus on homework and perform better on exams

  • Mediation helps with self-esteem and memory, reduces blood pressure and heart rate, and helps balance the immune system



  • Self-confidence

  • Self-love

  • Non-judgemental

  • Self-awareness

  • Beliefs

  • Focus & attention span

  • Balanced emotional state

  • Consideration of other

  • Overwhelm

  • Stress

  • Feeling depressed

  • Self-consciousness

  • Insecurity

  • Judgment of self & others

  • Inability to focus attention 

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