International best-sellers on teaching kids meditation
For toddlers to teens… or kids with (or without) SEN, Autism, ADHD or Trauma. Translated into 4 different languages and thousands sold worldwide.
what people say...
“Having dealt with high anxiety for much of my life, I have been overjoyed to find that meditation helps me to feel safe and calm, and to think clearly to distinguish between imagined threats and real threats. It has allowed me to open myself up to new experiences and to let go of the idea that if I can’t be perfect, I shouldn’t bother to try. My oldest son has demonstrated similar qualities since he was a toddler – he has been more than a little hesitant to try new things and slow to make friends. Like any good mom, I turned to the internet for help I was lucky to find Lorraine’s first book, Calm Kids. I loved the book so much that I decided to sign up for her course to teach meditation to children. Calm Kids is a great resource, but Lorraine’s latest book, Connected Kids goes so much deeper.”
“This book truly is wonderful for the general population, but Lorraine’s detailed work on challenges that people with autism face and several specific balancing mindful activities make this the best book that I have seen for helping kids feel their best. For example, if a child cannot tolerate the food on his plate, she suggests practicing a gratitude meditation before eating where the caregiver and child explore the journey of the food to the plate (imagine the food growing as a plant and thanking sun, soil, water, as well as the farmer who cared for it, etc.) Kids become less afraid of unfamiliar foods and textures as they think about the effort involved in getting the food from a seed in the ground all the way to their plates – I’ve seen this work in my own home!”
“I love this book. I have been teaching yoga to students with special needs for the past 10 years (self taught ). I have done 2 certificates in kids yoga but found that my knowledge surpassed a lot of people I met. Our school has taken on student wellbeing and when I found this book I was so excited. It has deepened my understanding and allowed me to pass on to the students activities that will help them regulate. I have seen the change in many students over the past 18 months and know that I will continue to see development in all my students, even if it is minor….it is major for them.”