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MindBE Curriculum

A fully ready, easy to implement curriculum for preschoolers, primary or secondary aged students. Complete with all printables and much more!

This research based curriculum promotes children’s peace, mindfulness, focus, empathy, kindness and much more -all in short, quick lessons that make an impact and provide the skills you need.

 

Kids Can Thrive Course

Kids who thrive live happier, more productive lives and make a difference in the world.

This signature course includes 5 modules. With video and print lessons that are manageable and lots of activities to do together with your child, you will learn to help your child be their best self. From practical games, stories and activities you will help your children learn the tactics and strategies they need to succeed, and you might pick up a few yourself!

You´ll end up with better connections with your child, a feeling of bliss knowing your child is on the path to success and can cope with everything that comes at them in life,

Coaching Services

Direct one to one or group coaching.

Want to work directly with Helen? She will tailor a program to your child’s needs, provide you with email access and one on one or group phone calls.

She will tailor a program to your child’s needs, provide you with email access and one on one or group phone calls.  Helen will coach and mentor you to be the best parent you can be! Let’s work together!

What People Are Saying

I feel my class is calmer, able to relax more and students have a better grasp on how to express and handle their feelings. They really enjoy all the mindfulness stories and cards that come with the curriculum.

Katy Oglesby

Mindfulness not only helps student’s awareness of the present moment, it allows them to understand their emotions in an in-depth way using therapeutic techniques to help calm their emotions if needed.

Kenji Noguchi

The MindBE mindfulness lessons help my students to be more aware of their bodies when learning how to mindfully breathe (lungs and belly breathing). We apply the mindful breathing during mindfulness lessons…

Larisa Mekis

Blog

Mindfulness for Adults and Children

Seek not to make them like you. For life goes not backward nor tarries with yesterday. Kahlil Gibran, The Prophet - About Children   Being Mindful with Children The pressure to be the perfect parent, teacher or caregiver can feel daunting. You organize to be on top of...

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Mindful Eating with Children

You may give them your love but not your thoughts For they have their own thoughts Kahlil Gibran, The Prophet – On Children In the delightful 2014 film, Chef, there’s a scene in which a parent, Carl (the Chef in this story),is walking through an open market with his...

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Fun Kid Activities for Mindfulness and Focus

Your children are not your children. They are the sons and daughters of Life’s longing for itself. Kahlil Gibran, The Prophet   Start Today! Fun Kid Activities for Mindfulness-Focus Mindfulness is the buzzword that promises advantages to everyone, from business...

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How being grateful makes you happier

Gratitude is one of the most powerfully fulfilling emotions in human experience. As the flip side of selfless contribution, gratitude shares all the positive energy of human compassion, Gratitude is not simply a concept – it has measurably strong energetic vibrations...

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Don’t Be Sad

There are plenty of actions you want to take in order to protect your preschooler from getting hurt or feeling down. There are also a lot of things you want to say to him especially when he is going through something tough. Sometimes, however, you end up being unable...

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Mindfulness — Fullness of the Mind

Some days, we wake up totally forgetting about the events that took place, the people we talked to, or even the food we ate the day before. Sometimes, we get phone calls from our parents or siblings where we mindlessly answer their questions and as soon as they hang...

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