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Mindfulness and Yoga
Essays, thoughts, ideas and strategies related to Mindfulness and/or Yoga. Whether you’re looking into this for yourself, for your colleagues/employees, for a class you teach, for a Special Needs child you support, for your own children… there’s something for everyone in here!
If you’re keen to incorporate some mindfulness into your daily life, here’s three effortlessly effective exercises to get you started right now!
If you’re struggling to get off to sleep, or to stay awake, here’s some mindfulness-based strategies that might just help you (and your children).
Looking to inspire emotional intelligence and resilience in your students? Look no further! Our ‘Emotional Athletes’ day combines strategies based in CBT, Mindfulness, child-friendly Neuroscience and much more. Children are taught to understand and manage thoughts and feelings through practical strategies that they can replicate without support.
Interested in yoga for children? Wondering if it would would work for your child, class or school? As a newly-qualified Yogakidz teacher, let me tell you a little more about what children’s yoga lessons look like, and the extensive benefits it can bring.
If you’re hoping to keep the kids entertained this Summer, without completely losing sanity,
explore these mindfulness-based games and activities now!
As the last week of school approaches, here’s 5 top tips to help you, your colleagues and your students squeeze every bit of happiness out of these last few days.
Here’s my Top 5 (free or affordable) resources to support children, teens and adults with Social Anxiety/Shyness.
Head full of worries? Try this quick, effective trick, for adults or children, to find instant calm and acceptance!
Did you know that we have on average 60,000 thoughts each day; and 90% are the same thoughts that we had the day before? Try this freebie meditation, suitable for children or adults, and start to think about what you think…