Sara Lazar, a neuroscientist at MHarvard Medical School, was one of the first scientists to take the anecdotal claims about the benefits of meditation and mindfulness and test them in brain scans.
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Here’s another fun activity to help your child learn how to relax.
Relaxing is one of the key ingredients to great visualizing.
Let’s practice visualizing! It’s not just about seeing a picture in your mind. The more sensations your child brings into her visualization, the stronger and more meaningful it becomes. Encourage her to turn her “lights on” with this next activity.
Imagination has no boundaries. The following activity taps the imagination–its one that kids of all ages can do–it can be done almost anywhere. The siller the responses, the better!
This activity emphasizes relaxing, breathing, quiet, safety and fun…great for kids…great for adults.
Shake out all your tension and just let all the tightness in your body fall away.
Jeremy Bloom, a young, very attractive Olympic Skier and Professional Football Player, has helped numerous seniors fulfill their dreams. Jeremy has created a non-profit foundation that grants the wishes of seniors. Jeremy is the son of my friend from Camp Experience, Char Bloom. I hope you had a chance to watch ABC World News with […]
I recently found a wonderful book called The Power of Your Child’s Imagination by Dr. Charlotte Reznick. She also has created a number of CDs including, How to Transform Stress and Anxiety into Joy and Success (Perigee/Penguin, 2009). Dr. Reznick has dedicated her life to helping children, adolescents, parents, and professionals. She is a nationally recognized child […]
The Colorado Avalanche Cares program is a partnership between the Colorado Avalanche (our professional hockey team) and the Colorado Amateur Hockey Association. Their newsletter has a feature article on vision and hockey. Take a look! Click here to read more. The article has been printed in 7 other states. To find your local article, try […]