Today’s world is changing so rapidly it's sometimes hard to keep up. We shift from answering our phones, to sending an email to our ever growing to-do-lists; it is no wonder our minds can barely keep up in this ever-changing dynamic world we live in.
The parent-child relationship begins as a newborn enters the world. A special bond emerges between the parent or caregiver and baby, as they begin to learn that he/she is connected to another person and that through this connection basic needs are met.
Slowing down is always the first thing I look at with any new family.
So many of us operate in such a state of go, go, go, with the pressure of getting from one event to the next, fitting it all into the waking hours of the day, many of us are left feeling tired, spent...
When I meet mainstream educators and parents of a child with neurodevelopmental disorders, such as autism I am often faced with a desperate yearning for step-by-step strategies and tools for their teaching practice or parenting ways.
Mindfulness is a word we are hearing a lot these days. Once seen as a hippy notion practiced in the ashrams of India, today many large corporations and businesses are beginning to take on board the research and science behind the benefits of mindfulness and meditation.