Reduce SATs-stress and exam-anxiety, with these tried and tested mindfulness-based techniques, suitable for adults and children alike. And breathe….
Here’s the why, what and how of teaching my favourite subject: Gratitude.
Today, I’m sharing my favourite child (and adult)-friendly strategy for working through unhelpful thinking patterns. Tidy up your mental clutter today, without a broom or mop in sight.
Looking for something to help you or your child to feel a little happier, a little less anxious, a little calmer?
Here’s three ‘Quick-Win’ activities that you can implement right now! What are you waiting for?
If you’re keen to incorporate some mindfulness into your daily life, here’s three effortlessly effective exercises to get you started right now!
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.
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…
Would you like to support your students in building up their attention muscles, ability to self-regulate, social skills and overall self-esteem? Would you like to cut down on emotional outbursts and student anxiety, while increasing the level of calm in your classroom? Read on to hear why ‘Mind Masters’ might be just what your students need!
With so many resources now available on the subject of anxiety and mindfulness, sometimes it’s hard to ‘see the wood for the trees.’ Here are 5 recommendations from me, including some beautifully made and genuinely effective resources to support children’s mental health both at home or at school.