Good intentions about teaching meditation to your kids

I had good intentions… I wanted to write an post about perception and how we what we see and perceive is what we experience.  It’s how our brain works and how it helps us interpret life. If our brain is wired differently then it can be challenging to respond to life in the way we […]

Useful ideas to help kids with ADHD

  ADHD (attention deficit hyperactivity disorder) is a condition very close to my heart as I see kids who benefit from learning easy, simple mindful activities that help them out of their stressed state. They enter that state very easily as they basically live there.  It’s not an easy existence and while I don’t think […]

Teaching mindful meditation to kids with ADHD

For a long time I’ve been banging on about children with ADHD (attention deficit hyperactivity disorder) moving and fidgeting because they are ungrounded and the movement is their way of trying to rebalance – not intentionally be disruptive. A recent study now shows that kids with ADHD  must move to learn.  At last we are all […]

Calm Kids 2 – Research Case Studies – Children with Special Needs – Autism – ADD – ADHD

I am planning a 2nd book which will focus on teaching meditation to children with special needs and or who have been diagnosed with ADD, ADHD or Autism. If you would like to take part in the research (there are a limited number of places) Please complete the form below. The information from the case […]

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