Recent research in the fields of psychology, education and neuroscience have shown that teaching meditation in schools has a positive effects on students' well-being, social skills and academic skills, while also improving self-control, emotional resilience, memory and the immune response.
My meditation classes, workshops and courses are designed to help secondary students overcome the anxieties and insecurities of adolescent life, while also helping them to find confidence and calmness during a stressful period in their lives.
Meditation strengthens our ‘mental muscle’, and has been found to improve information processing, focus, memory and cognitive flexibility.
By encouraging students to look inwards, meditation helps to improve self-identity, resilience and self-acceptance.
A regular practice will help students to experience higher levels of optimism and more positive emotions than nonmeditators.
Students who meditate regularly experience reduced anxiety, stress and depression, in addition to improved immune system functioning.