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For Children

We explain mindfulness as being aware of what is happening right now around them and within them, through their senses and feelings.  


A technique that is used for resting the mind. It is not a part of any religion. The meditation technique used by Head and Heart Mindfulness is guided visualisation. This is a gentle but powerful technique that focuses and directs the imagination in positive ways. 


A term derived from whole-heartedness. The qualities that comprise heartfulness include kindness, gratitude, generosity, compassion and other similar qualities of the heart. When practising heartfulness we include a heartfelt and warm relationship and sense of empathy to whatever is happening in the moment

Head and Heart Mindfulness offer a range of mindfulness based programs that address: 

  • Anxiety, stress and worry

  • Concentration and memory issues

  • Behavioural problems

  • Resilience and ability to problem solve

  • Self-compassion, kindness and confidence

  • Longing to live more in the moment

  • Enhancing the enjoyment of life experiences

  • Positive classrooms, homes and workplaces


Benefits of mindfulness based on 40 years of evidence based research include:

  • The pre-frontal cortex, the region of the brain responsible for problem solving, planning, memory, emotional regulation, decision making and attention, becomes become more active and grows

  • Reduces stress and anxiety which in turn reduces the risk of illness and disease

  • Prevents depression and reduces symptoms of depression

  • Increases our stress threshold and improves resilience

  • Improves working memory

  • Increases positive thinking, feelings and emotions

  • Promotes wellbeing

  • Creates calm minds and happy hearts


According to research the most reported benefits for children include improvements in:

  • Self-regulation

  • Attention and concentration

  • Emotional intelligence

  • Self-awareness

  • Stress reduction

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