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We believe that wellbeing and mindfulness are integral in an increasingly demanding world. When children learn to tune into themselves and the world around them, they become more aware of their own needs and the needs of others. Mindfulness helps us all to pause, think, and then intentionally respond—rather than reflexively react—to everyday stresses. 

With mindfulness, students learn to give themselves the breathing room they require to take in what’s happening in and around them, see through a clearer lens, and respond more intentionally. By being curious about, and attending to, our present moment experiences students learn about their reactions, patterns, and themselves. They begin to understand that they have a choice and can make space so that they may respond with compassion towards themselves and others.

Primary Student Practices

Secondary Student & Adult Practices

Mindfulness is the practice of becoming aware of what is happening right now without judgement and with an attitude of curiosity and kindness. It is best practiced regularly and without the need for the practice to have any particular goal. Many people think mindfulness is an antidote to life’s problems and challenges—it is not. The benefits that come from practicing mindfulness arrive when one practices consistently.