Mindfulness and meditation for kids, teens and schools
Children (6-10 years) can learn meditation and mindfulness techniques, learning these life skills in a fun and interactive way.
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Through a series of four self-contained modules each six weeks long, your children will be guided through mindful games, stories and activities as a fun and interactive way to learn these life skills. One 40 minute class per week.
- learn relaxation and mindfulness skills for relieving stress, anxiety and managing emotions
- help improve focus, enhance creativity and develop kindness for themselves and others
- learn about words and their emotional power
- explore the senses
- learn to observe thought
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About the teacher - Nicole Powell
Nicole began teaching meditation in early 2015 following ten years of training with Lifeflow. She currently teaches the Learn to Meditate course and Meditation for Children. She regularly undertakes retreats to supplement her daily meditation practice. Nicole finds the skills acquired through meditation invaluable in her daily life and is passionate about sharing those skills with others.
Fees per term
Per child : $110 inc GST
Your child can attend just one or up to all four of the self contained modules:
- Calm & Clear Kids
- Creating Healthy and Happy Minds
- Mindfulness Magic
- Enhancing Imagination
Class sizes are limited so be sure to book early. Children may enroll into as many terms as they wish. Each term revises exercises as well as offers new activities and knowledge.
It is your responsibility to attend the classes as scheduled. If you cancel your booking five clear working days before the course starts, we will give you a full refund less a $25 admin fee. We cannot provide a refund after this time unless the course is cancelled, in which case a full refund will be given.
My 6 year old is always on the move until he passes out at night. Since he started mindfulness at Lifeflow he has started to slow down. He really enjoys going to the sessions and always comes home ready to show us what he’s learnt. He tries most nights to do some form of meditation and is sleeping better. While he’s still a cyclone he’s more a category 2 than 4. It’s only been one term so we’re hoping the second term will bring him to category 1. A happy mum.