From pets and painting to music and mediation, here are some effective techniques to help children calm themselves down.
Heading back to school brings both excitement and nerves but having the right set of tools can make the transition much easier for parents and children.
Breathing exercises can help kids reset and self-regulate when they feel overwhelmed. These breathing techniques can help kids master the art of keeping calm.
Reading a book before bedtime is the perfect way to introduce your kids to mindfulness while also getting in some much-needed cuddle time. Here are some of our favorites.
Learning mindfulness at a young age can help your kids live more balanced lives. Here are some fun mindfulness activities to start with for kids of all ages.
Making mindfulness fun is a great way to introduce your little ones to the practice of mindful living. Here’s how to get your little one started down the path to mindfulness.
Assistant Professor and Sleep Expert Dr. Azizi Seixas is back again with his best practices on how to tackle the Daylight Saving slump. As a father of two little ones and having extensive experience as a seasoned biomedical researcher, scientist, and health-tech innovator, we are honored to team up with Dr. Azizi and his family […]
The thought of practicing gratitude with kids and regularly giving thanks can seem a bit daunting at times. But with time and consistency, grateful living can eventually become second nature for the whole family. Acknowledging the good and the bad, but choosing to focus on the good is fundamental leading a mindful lifestyle. Choosing to […]
Experts Say Meditation Offers Big Benefits for Little Ones On most days, it seems like all we’re doing is running from one activity to another. Soccer games, gymnastic practice, dance lessons, and more. We’re so busy that we barely have time to even think about what we’re doing at the moment, our minds are already […]
All kids sometimes experience feelings of worry or stress, but you can help keep them happy and healthy with these top tips from our Clinical Psychologist, Dr. Janet Kennedy. 1. Talk about it:Worries have a way of gaining strength when kept inside. Talking about them can help kids feel better. You can try talking to […]