An engaging, online chat with a life-coach in Italy who wanted to know more about our teaching programme
Anna has lots of experience working with special educational needs and explains how her new book really helps young people connect to their bodies, minds and breath.
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.
The 3 things your child needs for mental health – online talk We’ve just announced our next online talk It’s about using meditation and mindfulness to support the 3 things your child needs for mental health development. There are limited places – the talk is live and available as a recording too. Useful links… […]
(Guest blog written by one of our Connected Kids Level 1 Students from Denmark…) Many children with ADHD have difficulty falling asleep at night, and parents of children with ADHD often see that their children rarely seem to be rested when it is time to go to school. When children go to school or kindergarten […]
Yoga and Mindful Activities for Anger in Kids We are delighted to share some words of wisdom written by one of our Connected Kids Tutors, Yvonne Payne. Yvonne has been working with children using mindful activities and yoga to help them focus and manage strong emotions such as anger. Yvonne had been telling us about 2 different […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
Some quick tips on how to help children eat mindfully – bringing meditation into to day to day activities. [youtube http://youtu.be/1nK-GoLMDd0] Learn how to teach kids meditation (online course) Calm Kids book >>> Connected kids courses worldwide >>> Tweet