Mindfulness for Children Workshop

* for ages 7-12

Scientific research shows that practice of mindfulness has particular benefits for young children in their primary school years when the brain’s limbic system – the one that controls emotion and behaviour – is still developing. Teaching mindfulness to children especially 7-12 years old will learn core life skills such as resilience, patience and self-awareness, which will assist them especially during their transition period from primary to secondary school.
This research-based mindfulness workshop for children will use the latest information about the brain to dramatically improve behaviour and learning. The mindfulness class offers easy strategies, and self compassion exercises for a more focused attention, enhance their self-regulation skills, build resilience to stress and develop a positive mindset in school and life. Join us in our meditation centre in London and let your children have fun!

Mindfulness is about helping young minds flourish in the broadest sense. For some kids, mindfulness may be about managing stress or anxiety, but for others, it’s about how they play on the sports field, practise music, dance or drama, or maintain concentration during homework.

Richard Burnett & Chris Cullen

Teachers and Mindful Practitioners, Tonbridge School & Hampton School

mindfulness for children workshops in london

* recommended for 7-12 years old


What's in it for you?

Mindfulness practice for children is supported by a number of scientific studies, providing a ton of benefits. Felicia Huppert, Professor of Psychology of the University of Cambridge’s Well-Being Institute recommend it, too.

  • Improve child’s self-control and self-regulation
  • Bolster child’s enthusiasm for learning
  • Increase child’s academic success
  • Improve social skills such as empathy, compassion, and generosity
  • Reduce peer to peer pressure and lower risks of mental illness

What Mindfulness for Children workshop attendees said...

Alicia my 8-year old loved the activities in the workshop. She is now teaching the whole family to be mindful. Thank you.

– Mother