About Brittany Hudson: Brittany started her meditation journey at the age of 17, discovering the benefits of various types of meditation. She was introduced to Mindfulness Meditation at the age of 21 and has been practicing Mindfulness Meditation for over 25 years. She now teaches and coaches public and private Semi-Guided Mindfulness Meditation classes in San Diego, CA, and works privately with people to help them cope with stress, anxiety, pain, and PTSD. She works with children one-on-one and in groups, teaching them to be aware of their thoughts and emotions, as well as to breathe properly, through games and play.
In this episode, Adam and Brittany discuss:
The family mindfulness
Always be willing to learn.
Making mindfulness a family affair.
If adults in the family are involved in mindfulness practices, it will make learning mindfulness practices more enjoyable and effective for kids as they are more likely to be willing to adapt it at home.
When it comes to mindfulness, there is always something to learn and discover, it is just a matter of being open and willing to learn.
No matter what it’s called, mindfulness for kids is available to parents too. Make mindfulness a family affair – it makes kids feel safer and more supported when a household practices mindfulness.
“There’s almost like a resistance to do well for ourselves and our families. But remember that it feels good, to feel good and it doesn’t have to be something that lasts for one hour.” — Brittany Hudson
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