Wellness tools and support for girls ages 8 through 12 years
About this Membership
The middle years for girls can be rough. Between the ages of 8-12, is when their worlds start to change, and girls begin to move into puberty.
This is the perfect time to start teaching our girls about healthy wellness habits, and let them know that how they are changing is totally normal.
Some of these girls will begin puberty during this time, and some won't. But they will all start shifting their attention to how they look and feel, and wondering what is normal and accepted.
It's important that our daughters receive support during this time, but sometimes we don't always have all of the answers.
Luckily, you can get help to support your daughter and lay a foundation of wellness to grow from, and enable her to have her Best Years Ever!
Body image issues & unhealthy habits
Disconnection from sports and activities
Increasing stress and anxiety
Lack of self-confidence & declining self-esteem
Trouble making new friends
Body Positivity & a Balanced Wellness Plan
Options to keep active with or without sports
Understanding of basic nutrition and food choices
Increased confidence and understanding of their identity
Peer supports & accountability
Support your daughter through these middle years with access to the resources that help her learn about her changing body and how to keep it heathy. You can rest assured knowing that has the tools to stay healthy as she is presented with new challenges in her mindset and academic progress over the next few years.
Best Year Ever provides your daughter with a wellness and education expert to walk her through these transition years, and establish healthy habits with her end goal in mind.
Research shows that girls who are connected with a non-parental adult mentor and who also have the support from a peer community, are healthier and more successful in all areas of life. Life transitions that are implemented with a whole-body approach to wellness that includes movement, nutrition, and mindset, and where a girl has an active voice in designing her wellness plan, are the most successful with fewer hiccups along the way.
Best Year Ever is a hybrid coaching program, combining online resources with group and optional 1-to-1 coaching, so that she has the support that she needs. This format not only takes some of the burden of answer questions off of you, but also ensures that you remain an active participant in the conversation.
In addition, our coaching program includes a parent hub and updates to keep you in the loop and aware of any red flags that arise, because it's hard when you're not sure how your daughter is doing.
Seeing your little girls grow up is hard, and we all want a better experience for her than what we had. Enrolling her in the Best Year Ever membership gives you the comfort of knowing that your daughter will have a healthier approach to wellness than you did at her age. The foundations she receives will carry her through adulthood with less stress and concern on being perfect, and more focus on living an authentic, play-based life
Weekly Focus & Micro Lessons
Weekly focuses and micro-lessons on movement, nutrition, mindset, and study skills designed to progress with your daughter during the transition into college and independent living
Monthly Group Calls
Connect with other girls walking a similar path to share struggles and concerns, get questions answered, practice new skills, and get the support that is needed.
Guest Experts & Special Events
Special events featuring guest experts sharing their advice on wellness, relationships, school success, and more!
Instant Access to Beth & Community
Direct access to Beth and other group members via Voxer, for those emergency moments.
Online Library of Wellness Resources
On demand library of recipes, workout, mindset tools, and study skill resources designed for middle school girls and to support their busy schedules.
Memberships include enrollment for one child and one parent. To enroll multiple children, please contact Beth for more details about discounted enrollment.