Six Visualisation Activities for Children and Teens

My First Experience with Visualisation When I was in junior high and high school I played volleyball. I had a love hate relationship with the sport because my competitive mindset was often misdirected. I would often lose sight of what was important by getting lost in jealous thoughts about team members who were better than … Continue reading Six Visualisation Activities for Children and Teens

Visualisation for Children

Waterfalls A friend of mine told me about a 5 year old birthday party she attended recently. The mother had a board with a list of games the children would be playing throughout the party. The mother said to my friend. “Watch this!” ‘1, 2, 3, 4, 5 Waterfalls” Then she and the children all … Continue reading Visualisation for Children

Help Teens To Connect To Their Own GPS

Although, I do not usually work with teenagers I know lots of them and I was a teen myself a long, long time ago in what feels like a galaxy far away. I have had lots of time to think about how I would support my teenage self to take the sting away from those … Continue reading Help Teens To Connect To Their Own GPS

Kinder Kids

Last term I created a new class which specifically seeks to support children who will be attending primary school next year. If you would like to see Mindful Storytelling at your kinder, follow this link for information on the different programs available.   The kinder kids program uses drama, movement and music to support students … Continue reading Kinder Kids

New Programs For Schools

Mindful Storytelling workshop series are based on 5- 10 lessons. Each session will have a different learning focus that weaves mindfulness techniques throughout. A follow up activity is provided for the classroom teacher to explore, along with a poster that encourages regular practise of the mindfulness strategy introduced each week. For more information about the school workshops follow … Continue reading New Programs For Schools