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Magic Energy & Worry Bubbles: 5-Minute Calming Meditation for Children

This fun and engaging meditation is designed to help children build confidence, cope with stress and find a sense of calm in uncomfortable or challenging moments.

Try this fun and engaging mediation for children. Have your kid(s) sit in a comfortable position in a chair or on the floor and press play. Together, we’ll embark on an imaginary journey to let go of frustration and worries by embracing positivity and peace.

If you’re just beginning to introduce mindfulness practices to your children, we encourage you to do it along with them.

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Let's help our children connect with the magic of their breath and release feelings of worry and frustration—together!

Cheers to a healthy lifestyle and living FULLforLife!
xo, Pam & Kalie

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