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Stress & Mindfulness

General, Mindset & Motivation, Wellbeing & Stress
Students are bombarded with stimuli. They move from their phones, to laptops, to classrooms, to the TV, and everything in between. It’s no surprise therefore that when faced with stress or anxiety, their intuitive response is to reach for their phone, for a distraction – which only makes matters worse.
Below is a 3-step process to learn how to switch off, unplug and get some stillness. Numerous studies have demonstrated that mindfulness meditation can produce neuroplastic changes in the brain, resulting in reduction of stress, increased focus and memory retention.
The below introductory video and recordings show you a simple technique that is easy to try, but difficult to master. Your child may benefit from exposure to it. Who knows, maybe you will too!

Step 1: Watch the Intro


Step 2: Do the 5-minute Meditation


Step 3: Watch the Debrief


Step 4: Keep Practising

There are many ways to keep learning these techniques. To keep practising solo, your child may want to download apps such as HeadSpace, 1GiantMind, Oak, or Calm.
For some students stress can be an issue that requires extra assistance. See below how a Year 12 student, Caitlyn was able to overcome stress with the help from her coach, Jade.


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    The best way to learn mindfulness is to take a structured mindfulness training course with an experienced mindfulness teacher.

    Realise that learning how to practice mindfulness can take a while.
    Some beginners take a couple of months of regular practice for them
    to start learning ways to become more mindful.

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