A couple of weeks ago I promised to share an article with you about the benefits of yoga for children. Compiling these lists has inspired me once again for my new journey of teaching yoga to children!
In August I created 3 new meditations for children and a meditation story that you will find on Insight Timer.
I am so happy and excited to share with you that I have completed my yoga for children teacher training. I am now a qualified children’s yoga teacher!
Many (or possibly, most) of us only discovered the value of mindfulness in our lives as adults. And many people, myself included, wish that we had been introduced to this skill as children. If you have ever considered how to introduce children to mindfulness, I hope to provide a few helpful ideas in this article.
This winter I thought that I had lost my inspiration. I’m sure that I am not alone, considering all that has been happening in the world. But my inspiration was never lost, I was just moving through the different seasons of creativity.
We are very happy and excited to have a revised edition of our children’s book about worries available on Amazon as a Kindle book!
After 7 years, a little voice at the back of my mind started nagging that the name of my business, “Fairy Caravan”, no longer felt right.
Play therapist Lenka and I have shared many ideas about how to help children with anxiety in our children’s book What if worries weren’t wild / Hoe om kommer-goggas mak te maak. We have woven some wonderful ideas and exercises into the story itself. But did you know that we’ve also included a guidance section for…
Lenka and I thought that you might enjoy it if we did a therapeutic book review every now and again! The first book that we’ve chosen to review, is Owl Babies by Martin Waddell. The book has beautifully detailed illustrations by Patrick Benson, and was first published in 1992.
When I started working with play therapist Lenka in 2017, we immediately saw how we could help children by addressing emotional challenges through the stories that we worked on together. We wanted to create stories that would be helpful in everyday situations as well as in therapy.