Rainbow Tree Therapies, LLC
Hudson, WI

"Where the mind, body, & spirit are nurtured"
Dear Families,

Please check out the new events added for January!   Wishing you a Happy Halloween and a Happy Thanksgiving!  We are super grateful for your continued support of Rainbow Tree.  Thank you for the opportunity to support your child.   We hope to see you soon!  

In gratitude,
Lisa 

ALL GIRLS RETREAT ~ October 2018 . 
Displaying their Henna Art by Maia Paulisich 

Great products for wintertime skin. Great for teacher gifts too. See more information HERE.   Taking orders now.

Upcoming Events 


ALL BOYS RETREAT - We have OPEN SPOTS!

Date:     Saturday November 3, 2018

Ages:     9-14 

Time:    10-2 p.m. 

Focus:   Physical movement and hands on activities to support self regulation.  A minimum of 5 campers required to host the camp.  Maximum of 10 campers. 
PURC HA SE CAMP  HERE



DRUMMING & MOVEMENT 

Date:   Saturday January 12, 2019

Ages:   6-11

Time:   10-11:30 a.m. 

Focus:  Campers will participate in many different types of rhythmic activities to support body awareness, motor planning, bilateral integration.  Activities to include yoga, self regulation games, and playing music using rhythm sticks and drums.  
ADDITIONAL DETAILS:  CLICK HERE




Adult Opportunity:  DRUM MAKING WITH SEAN 

Date:     Saturday January 12, 2019
Ages:     Adult or parent/child combination.  Child must be accompanied by an adult. 
Time:     1-4 p.m. 
Focus:   Come build an authentic 15" frame drum with choice of hide (buffalo or elk) along with a drum stick.  Don't miss this opportunity!  Space is limited so register soon! 
ADDITIONAL DETAILS:  CLICK HERE

We hope to see you!  Sign up today to secure a spot!! 

 

Create Gratitude

1. Gratitude Jar - choose any jar and write down on small pieces of paper what you are grateful for.  Perhaps you can read the messages on Thanksgiving.  
2. Make a gratitude tablecloth - Cover your dining table with kraft paper and each night before dinner draw something you are thankful for.  
3. Make a gratitude collage - Cut pictures out of magazines or print pictures to create a collage of things you are grateful for. 
4. Create a gratitude tree -  You can pick up medium size sticks from outside and put them in a vase.  Create ornaments out of paper.  Write what you are thankful for on the ornaments and hang on the tree. 
5. Have family member appreciation night - choose a family member to sit in a chair at the head of the table or in the middle of the room and share why you appreciate him or her.  
6. Gratitude Scavenger Hunt. CLICK HERE

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