Meditation · 08/22/2018
Here is a mindfulness exercise you can try with your kids, loved ones, or on your own, using the sense of taste. Simply pause and reflect on your food of choice. Notice how it looks, how it feels, how it smells. Then take some time to think about all the things that happened in order for your food to arrive in your possession. Thank the earth and people who helped to create your food. Then take a bite. Observe the taste slowly. This short and easy exercise increases gratitude and mindfulness....

Meditation · 03/22/2018
Legs up the wall (or viparita karani) is a great way to restore yourself in a short amount of time. Doing this for a few minutes will make your body/mind feel like it's gotten an hour nap. Sign me up!

Meditation · 03/05/2018
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.

Meditation · 02/08/2018
This week I’m sharing a little technique I use with Harlem when he’s crying or having a tantrum.

Meditation · 01/11/2018
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.