UMAB empowers readers to share mindfulness with kids and youth in a playful way. Discover 150 playful mindfulness activities for kids and teens to kick-start and sustain a successful mindfulness practice. You will discover tools for calm, focus, joy, kindness, emotional intelligence and regulation. A 21-step-guide will help you kick-start and sustain your practice together. Don’t wait. Read this book and unlock the benefits of a playful mindfulness practice today!
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During a long adoption phase Chris searched for the best children’s mindfulness techniques to help his child. Chris tried more than 200 mindfulness activities for kids and teens. He made an amazing discovery: mindfulness could be made both simple and playful—and if mindfulness was made playful it would be enjoyable and it would actually stick!
After 8 years of trying to conceive and just 2 weeks before finalising adoption his wife became pregnant with their son Anton. Chris felt it was nothing short of a miracle and started mindfulness practice when his son was just six months old.
Anton, now 4, knows tools to help him be focused, calmer, less scared, and happier when he needs to be. He even knows how to cheer daddy up by gently guiding Chris through a joy-boosting gratitude practice. It’s amazing what kids can do!
Mindfulness has helped the whole family experience more moments of family peace, heartfelt connection, and laughs.
Chris now teaches mindfulness to kids, teens, parents and educators to give them easy access to that same sense of contentment, accomplishment, and connection with kids and youth.
Chris is the founder of BlissfulKids.com, a blog dedicated to children’s mindfulness, and a dad who is thrilled to practice mindfulness with his son. He is a certified mindfulness facilitator and trained to teach mindfulness to students in K-12. He’s also an executive consultant and has taught meditation for more than 15 years.