The term ‘mindfulness’ may bring about certain images to the mind: a person meditating, peaceful mountains or forests, a person moving slowly. But rarely does the term mindfulness make us think of our children. When we witness a child finding difficulty in managing their body or emotions it can be easy to simply say to ourselves ‘theyContinue Reading Children & Mindfulness
The Physical Practice (Asana) In Balanced and Barefoot, Angela J. Hanscom writes that as a whole children’s vestibular sense is weakening in comparison to previous generations. The vestibular sense is a person’s awareness of their body in space, their balance, their coordination. This sense helps the brain to negotiate how far to reach an arm to grab aContinue Reading Why is Children’s Yoga Important?