We've created these resources to support your Peace of Mind Classroom, wherever it may be!
Just Like Me: try this before having a hard conversation
The Comparing Mind: What’s GOOD about this year?
Practice Mindfulness with Ms Ryden and Friends
Compassion for Ourselves and Others: Heartfulness
Noticing Our Thoughts: Remote Control Breathing
Taking care of worry: Imagine a Peaceful Place
Calming Big Emotions: Mindful Listening Outside with Henry
Calming down enough to use your Mindfulness: Rainbow Breathing
Calming Big Emotions: Belly Breathing with the Hoberman Sphere
Noticing Sensations: Mindfully Eating a Raisin
Mindfulness for Insomnia: Listen to Help You Fall Asleep
Finding Some Calm: Four Square Breathing with Marleigh
Noticing Colors, Shapes and Sounds: Mindful Seeing and Listening
How to feel more peaceful: Visualizing a Peaceful Place
Finding Some Calm: Gravity Hands Breathing
Anytime Mindfulness: Take Five Breathing
Mindful Fun and Focus: H, S, K & T
Noticing Our Thoughts: Popcorn Breathing
How does mindfulness help Kids?
Meet our Peace of Mind Ambassadors! In this video they talk about how mindfulness helps with worry, school, siblings, sports, falling asleep and more.
How does mindfulness help athletes?
Washington Mystics Players Elena Della Donne and Natasha Cloud talk about their own mindfulness journeys with Stu Singer. Hear about their initial resistance and how helpful mindfulness is to them now personally, in Basketball, and in the fight for social justice. Educators, Fast-forward through the slightly slow start on these great interviews to find the gems that will support your students.
Was Sergio’s day really so bad? Find out how practicing gratitude helps us balance out our brain’s negativity bias.
Learn about how your brain works with Rosie, Miss Pickles, Amy and the PFC.
Should Tyaja tell her friend she doesn’t like her haircut? Use the THiNK test to find out!
Everyone finds a way to be kind except Henry. His friends find a way to help!
Our friend Shawn reads Tyaja Uses the Think Test. Listen in to help you know whether you should actually say what you are thinking out loud.
Our friend Shawn reads Sergio Sees the Good. Listen in to see how you gratitude practice can help you balance out your brain’s negativity bias.