A Month of Mindful Moments

Photo by Amy Treasure on Unsplash Mindful March This March I will be celebrating my 4th year of Mindful Storytelling. To mark this special milestone, I will be running a program throughout the month, designed to support teachers, educators, parents and carers to experience the benefits of mindfulness. It is said that it takes 21 days for new … Continue reading A Month of Mindful Moments

The Tricky Transition to School

Photo by Hermes Rivera on Unsplash Is your child having trouble settling in at school?? School can be a big transition for some children and their parents. It was around this time last year that Leeloo started having problems at school. My confident child, who used to get annoyed with me if I stuck around too long in … Continue reading The Tricky Transition to School

Creative Mindfulness

Do you feel like you have ideas but aren’t sure how to put them down on paper, into print or into action? Perhaps you are feeling like the life you are living no longer fits and are searching for what is next. Creative Mindfulness may be the class for you. Any project is made up … Continue reading Creative Mindfulness

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

Is Technology Robbing You of the Present?

I love the Internet and all the incredible information that comes with it but sometimes I just need a break. I have a business and it is in its early stages so getting tied up in social media can be tricky. It's important to post regularly, to maintain a following, but it can be a … Continue reading Is Technology Robbing You of the Present?

Mindfulness in Middle Primary

Last year I worked in a few middle primary classes. One of those classes stands out in my mind. It had a beautiful community feel but it still had challenges. There were several children with an array of social and emotional needs. There was a boy, I suspected was on the spectrum, a girl with … Continue reading Mindfulness in Middle Primary