More on mindfulness

Last week I had the good fortune to be a presenter at the CEESA Conference hosted by our school this year. I was presenting with some of my colleagues from the Marmara Campus on our findings and experiences while exploring mindfulness in education.

 

Briefly, mindfulness can be practiced in many different ways. Mindful walks, mindful colouring, mindful eating and mindful breathing are just a few fun examples of how we can learn to be present and focus more on the here and now in our busy lives.

 

Check out www.smilingmind.com.au or www.gonoodle.com for some ideas on how to practice mindfulness at home with your child. You might even listen to some binaural beats to help you focus faster.Selin meditating

Related posts

Coloured Overlays

The use of coloured overlays while reading can mitigate a range of visual perceptual problems, often collectively referred to as Meares-Irlen...

Leave a Reply