Kids today are certainly more stressed out than their parents likely realize. One in five kids said they worried a good deal or a great deal about things going on in their lives. It is a well-known fact that over 30 percent students admitted to such tension-related symptoms as difficulty in sleeping, as per the American Psychological Association’s annual study on stress in America. However, the same report observed in their study that just eight percent of parents were cognizant that their children experienced any stress at all.
The correct usage of yoga and meditation can sharpen their intelligence, provide increased mental flexibility, creativity, increased focus, and increase the receptive capacity of their brain. There are many creative ways of bringing meditation into your school, into the classroom, into the staff training’s, and with parents and volunteers, to make mindfulness and meditation interesting and engaging for children. Students will learn how to integrate academic resources and apply them to their utmost benefits through yoga and meditation.