Inner Rhythm was a hit representing mindfulness at ALA’s (American Library Association) Midwinter Convention this weekend. Get ready to see our kid’s mindfulness program at your local public library soon!
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Green Child Magazine featured Inner Rhythm as it’s recent spotlight article. We are incredibly honoured and humbled by their kind words…
“3rd feature in a Holiday Gift Guide! Thrilled that our Mindfulness Starter Kit is gaining so much popularity so fast. Check us out on Kelly’s Thoughts on Things!”
Inner Rhythm’s co-founder Rekha Magon’s story was featured in the Everyday Power Blog. Check out how Inner Rhythm was conceptualized and developed in this post:
Excited that our Mindfulness Starter Kit was featured in yet another Holiday Gift Guide! Check us out on Modvive.
Extremely delighted that our Mindfulness Starter Kit was featured in Green Child Magazine’s famous Holiday Gift Guide!
EMSB says Mindfulness Matters
Check out the recent press release the English Montreal School Board made about Rekha Magon and Inner Rhythm’s mindfulness program:
Inner Rhythm recently did a mindfulness workshop to help university students reduce stress at McGill University.
The program was a great success!
Contact us if you would like to bring a mindfulness workshop to your university.
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Mindfulness Training with an entire EMSB school was a huge success!
Inner Rhythm recently addressed an entire school during their assembly and inspired them to get mindful. Here are a few pictures from the training. The principal, staff and children loved it…Let’s get mindful!
Six Core Competencies
All mindfulness exercises and activities cover the six core competencies fundamental to life success:
Concentration Purposely focus attention on one particular thing above all others.
Self-Awarness Identify thoughts, feelings, and strengths, and recognize how they influence choices and actions.
Self-Management Skills Establish and work towards short and long term goals, and handle emotions so that they facilitate rather than interfere with the task at hand
Social Empathy Identify and understand the thoughts and feelings of others, respect their rights, and appreciate diversity.
Relationship Skills Establish and maintain healthy and rewarding connections with individuals and groups through communication, listening, and negotian skills.
Responsible Decision Making Generate, implement and evaluate positive and informed solutions to problems and assume responsibility for personal decisions and behaviours.