resources to help your students manage distractions


What's one problem educators experience every lesson? 


Here are some resources to help. Read more

even the gods know ...


I love this story, taken from the wonderful book 'the magic of metaphor'. Highly recommended for teachers, trainers, thinkers, and mindful musers. Read more

educators, take note


 Historian Yurval Noah Harari responds to the question: 

What advice would you give to a smart, driven college student about to enter the “real world”? What advice should they ignore? 

Educators, take note Read more

"trauma is a fact of life but it doesn't have to be a life sentence"


Dr Peter Levine offers two embodiment practices we can use to help us feel safe.

5 trauma-informed mindfulness practices for legal professionals


I have been in constant conversation with legal professionals throughout my life. My father was a lawyer. I have friends who are legal professionals. My partner is a lawyer.

What do our conversations revolve around? What's a constant theme? Read more

meditation for calm and coherence


Breathing in a calm and coherent way can have a positive impact on your mind. Hopefully, you’ll start to experience this through this practice. Read more

mindfulness for educators


This mindfulness program has been developed for school educators and administrative staff. Read more

mindfulness program for elementary schools


Developed by leading mindfulness teachers, Paws b is a practical and fun classroom introduction to mindfulness. Read more

mindfulness program for secondary students


Developed by leading mindfulness teachers,.b (pronounced 'dot-be') is a classroom introduction to mindfulness for secondary students. Read more

The Present - a mindfulness program for elementary school educators


The Present is a spiral program that enables Elementary schools to introduce mindfulness and well-being in an incremental way; supporting learning across the curriculum and throughout the elementary school years. Read more


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