We do a lot to help ourselves be more productive. Write things down, either on paper or our Google calendar. Prioritize. Drink a lot of coffee. Take naps. Whatever works.
Yoga is a great activity for kids. It’s fun, active, mindful, and easy to incorporate into your daily routine. However, as with anything else, there are certain types of yoga that are unsafe for children.
As technology in the classroom becomes more and more prominent, we should always be thinking about new ways to use it and how students can learn from this technology. I’m not only talking about English classes and History lessons. I’m also talking about teaching our students how to use technology to improve their organizational skills,… More How (& Why) to Use Mindfulness Apps in the Classroom
Everybody loves a good TED talk. They are encouraging, motivational, and inspirational.They are straight-forward and push you to realize your short-comings and your potential. The TED talks about yoga and mindfulness are no exception.
Who doesn’t love the Grinch? I can honestly say that it is in my top 3 favourite Christmas movies, after Elf and Miracle on 34th Street (the black and white version). Not only is the Grinch a relatable character -because aren’t we all Grinches sometimes?-, but the storyline is perfect for teaching mindfulness and… More You’re A Mean One, Mr. Grinch
Practicing yoga is beneficial for everyone, especially for children. But in today’s busy world- school, assignments, social clubs, sports teams, family commitments-, it is often hard to get children interested.
This week, I am super excited to bring you this guest post from Sarah Jacobs, a freelance writer at lea-p! Sarah was kind enough to share with us 5 ways practicing mindfulness reduces stress!
In recent months, I have been asked a lot of questions about yoga alliances. Depending on where you are in the world, there are any number of yoga alliances to choose from to join. For example, Australia has 7 yoga alliances. There are 5 in England. And these are just the ones I know about!… More The Truth About Yoga Alliances
Learning Lotuses is teaming up with Lessons and Learning for Littles to bring you the Parent & Me Yoga Challenge!
Our society has turned into a technological culture. Building relationships with other people has become technology-based with the prominent use of relationship apps and websites, Facebook, Snapchat, Twitter, and Instagram. Even building professional relationships has become technology-based with websites such as LinkedIn and emailing resumes instead of going door-to-door to leave a paper copy.