Studies have shown that sustained meditation practices can have amazing benefits for kids. In this sound meditation I use a Tibetan singing bowl and ask Harlem to stay still for as long as he can hear it ringing.
Choo-Choo, coming through this week with a tutorial on Conductor’s Breath for kids and parents.
This breathing exercise releases tension and energizes. You can use it when your kid’s cranky or sluggish in the morning or after a nap. You can use it when you as a parent are feeling exhausted or burned out. After doing this exercise, you should feel refreshed.
Hi yogi families,
I want to show you the magic of getting your kid to lie still for a few minutes and chill out! This is a simple meditation using one of our five senses- smell, and lavendar aromatherapy. Lavender has calming and relaxing qualities that can ease any feelings of tension and also promote deep relaxation or sleep.