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What if you could empower your children for life?
What if they could learn lasting skills to de-stress and calm down, navigate difficult emotions, control impulses, focus on what matters, and nurture empathy, kindness, and positivity.
The good news is that with mindfulness practice, you can nurture all of those skills.
If you wish you can get started with the popular activities below.
My son Anton started preschool a few months ago and it's been fun, exciting and difficult, too. There's this one boy that has hurt him physically a few times and a girl who keeps saying all these mean things to him. I decided to try loving kindness practice to help...
Top Tips for Teaching Children Online and Ideas on How to Include Mindfulness in a Virtual Classroom In what has been a whirlwind of a year so far, teachers and students have been torn away from everything familiar. And now they have been left in limbo, uncertain...
The Mindful Story Massage is a soothing way to take a mindful break and help children relax. It's super calming when going to bed, too. You can play it at school by having children perform the story together, which is exactly what we’ve done to end martial arts...
This mindfulness game is fun AND yummy :-) It's similar to the Raisin Meditation, the difference is that you can easily make this into a game for a group of kids. The tasting game is a fun and tactile way to introduce mindfulness. It engages all senses and you get a...
The best tool to help kids learn mindful breathing is the Breathing Ball. With an expandable ball, also known as the Hoberman Sphere, you can easily help kids learn to follow their breath - one of the key techniques of mindfulness practice. The ball has many names....
Connecting with our loved ones and friends makes us feel good and strengthens our bonds. This is important during these trying times. So, here’s a fun and engaging mindfulness game to help you connect, boost feel-good hormones and practice gratitude together with...
Mindful breathing is our go-to practice for good reason. Just last week my son got a big paper cut and when we wanted to clean the cut and put a bandaid on it he freaked out. I saw that he was in a state of acute stress response ( also known as fight flight freeze)....
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