Mindfulness for Children?

“There are many ways to practice mindfulness. There are meditation-like activities during which you concentrate on your breathing, heartbeat, or other body rhythms to settle down and focus your mind. Mindfulness can also mean being aware of your movements, the world around you, and your interactions with other people – basically, taking notice of what you are thinking, feeling, and experiencing as you go about your daily life” explains Vanessa Sacks, a research scientist at Child Trends. Mindfulness is often studied in adults, but what about children? Click the button below to read the entire article from Child Trends explaining the research and potential of mindfulness for children.

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