Mindful Me (Oct Intake)
Emerging research suggests that age-appropriate mindfulness exercises are feasible for use with young children, even during the preschool period, and that such exercises may foster the healthy development of self-regulation. Improvements in self-regulation might be expected to have lasting implications, including implications for children's performance in school (Blair & Razz, 2007) and children's social and emotional development (Bierman et al., 2008)
Research shows that mindfulness based stress reduction (MBSR) can relieve stress, anxiety and depression in children (Salesman & Goldin, 2008). Sample and colleagues (2010) found that mindfulness reduced anxiety in children.
Benefits of mindfulness in education
• Increases ability to pay attention, self- control, self-care, optimism, social-emotional skills
• Decreases anxiety, stress, & fatigue
• Increases well-being, efficacy, positive emotions, self-compassion, & teaching skills
• Decreases burnout, stress, depression, negative emotions, & anxiety
(Flook et al., 2013; Jennings et al., 2013; Kemeny et al., 2012; Meiklejohn et al., 2012; Schonert-Reichl & Lawlor, 2010)
Highlights of program:
4 weekly Special -
21, 28 October
4, 11 November
Students will takeaway 20 mindful techniques covering Mindful Seeing, Mindful movement, Mindful listening, and Mindful Breathing that will help them daily with -Focused attention, Self-control, Self-care, Optimism, Social-emotional skills, and also helps to decrease anxiety, stress, & fatigue.
Participants will receive:
*Exclusive Mindfulness Toolbox:
-Mindful sounds: Audio support MP3 (for home practice)
-Exclusive Proprietary materials developed exclusively by Positive Focus *Not for sale
Investment: $300 per child inclusive of Mindfulness Toolbox and 4 weeks training.
Special Promotion available!
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 6884 5161 for more information.
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