Learn how to take a mindful approach to the developing teenage brain
Archivos de la etiqueta: meditación
Perhaps those two words ‘mindful’ and ‘swearing’ are not ones you expect to see in the same sentence.
But I’m realistic in my approach to meditation and how we teach it to kids and teens.
Helping teens regulate big emotions with mindfulness
How we can help kids (and teens) express big feelings, more mindfully.
A Mindful Summer Calendar for you and your family
A free mindful summer calendar – helping you and your family reduce stress on holiday!
” Covid pandemic has caused children as old as eight to throw tantrums normally seen in ‘terrible twos'”
how children are struggling with the stress of lockdown and how meditation skills can help their mental health
adicción a los juegos en los niños: atención plena
En este breve video, Lorraine E Murray (fundadora de Connected Kids) explica cómo puede usar las habilidades conscientes para ayudar a sus hijos si son adictos a los juegos.
Habilidades conscientes para niños con ira y ataques de pánico
We interviewed one of our wonderful trainers, Tara Russo, about bringing her educator experience in teaching into the world of teaching children meditation. Tara is one of our trainers on the Connected Kids programme. She talks about how it helped her daughter who had panic attacks with anxiety, and children in school with anger […]
Mutismo selectivo y meditación para un adolescente con trauma
We interviewed one of our amazing trainers, Ruth Pringle, about her work teaching children meditation and helping adults do the same through the Connected Kids programme. She shares an experience about a mandala meditation with a girl who was a selective mute through trauma. Join our mailing list for more useful tips, ideas […]
A simple mindfulness practice for kindergarten age children
One of my most popular videos from our YouTube Channel
How mindful skills can help young people with autism
Why we need a child-centered approach to teaching meditation – for kids on the autistic spectrum