tosh brittan

Mindfulness for Ninjas
Practices, meditations and fun exercises      

mindfulness for ninjas

I have taught mindfulness meditations and practice to hundreds of children and teenagers for over 4 years to help them:

  • let go of anxiety and doubt
  • manage mood swings
  • calm intense emotions including anger
  • manage test, performance and social media pressures
  • develop a positive self-image.  

From this experience I created and adapted a set of practices, meditations and fun exercises collectively called Mindfulness for Ninjas which includes…

  • eating strawberries mindfully
  • the ministry of funny walks for movement
  • the galaxy spot for STOP (stop, take a breath, observe, proceed),
  • the glitter jar for settling a turbulent mind

and lots more fun stuff to help children navigate the tough stuff. 

Children are very open to mindfulness – they are naturally mindful. Yet having a sense of ‘stillness’ is becoming ever more challenging in their busy lives. Children also need reassurance that they are not the only one who feels as they do and this has been pivotal to my teaching. They are kind and honest and children want to be listened to, to express themselves confidently knowing they are heard. Children also love mischief, laughter and surprises, their passion for fun in life is precious, something for adults to remember also.

Here for you is my toolkit made up of the most popular parts of my Mindfulness for Ninjas courses if you want to better support your children mentally and emotionally in and out of school.

I have taught mindfulness meditations and practice to hundreds of children and teenagers for over 4 years to help them:

  • let go of anxiety and doubt
  • manage mood swings
  • calm intense emotions including anger
  • manage test, performance and social media pressures
  • develop a positive self-image.  

From this experience I created and adapted a set of practices, meditations and fun exercises collectively called Mindfulness for Ninjas which includes…

  • eating strawberries mindfully
  • the ministry of funny walks for movement
  • the galaxy spot for STOP (stop, take a breath, observe, proceed),
  • the glitter jar for settling a turbulent mind

and lots more fun stuff to help children navigate the tough stuff. 

Children are very open to mindfulness – they are naturally mindful. Yet having a sense of ‘stillness’ is becoming ever more challenging in their busy lives. Children also need reassurance that they are not the only one who feels as they do and this has been pivotal to my teaching. They are kind and honest and children want to be listened to, to express themselves confidently knowing they are heard. Children also love mischief, laughter and surprises, their passion for fun in life is precious, something for adults to remember also.

Here for you is my toolkit made up of the most popular parts of my Mindfulness for Ninjas courses if you want to better support your children mentally and emotionally in and out of school.

Normally sells for £29.99 but currently reduced to help families managing in challenging times.
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